Traffic stop in Seagraves ends in felony charges

Traffic stop in Seagraves ends in felony charges

A traffic stop in Seagraves ended in felony charges early Sunday morning. According to Seagraves police, Rachel Perry, 24 of Weatherford, was speeding southbound on US385 with a suspended license just after 3 a.m.

Police pulled her over for her speed but the charges did not stop there. Cops found six Texas driver licenses with different names and addresses but with Perry's picture, a plastic embossing machine which can be used to make credit cards, a handwritten ledger with credit card information on different people, a typed list of 28 people with their billing address, credit card number and security code, 50 sheets of blank check stock and a check book with checking account information printed on it with the name of one of the drivers licenses in possession, but not her real name. Police report one of the checks was used at a Walmart in Lubbock.

Perry is charged with second and third degree felonies including tampering with government documents, forgery and possession of false identifying information. She is also charged with speeding and driving with a suspended license.

Officers report no drugs were found.

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