A Bronx driver going the wrong way on a one-way street was carrying bogus credit cards in nine different people’s name, four counterfeit $100 bills and a gram of cocaine, Bogota police said.
Sgt. Geoffrey Cole and Officers Kevin Geraghty, Lewis Duenãs and Michael LaFerrera converged after Jose Rafael Perez, 27, made an illegal U-turn and headed the wrong up Palisade Avenue, they said.
A search turned up the cocaine, credit cards and bogus bills, along with several fictitious driver’s licenses from several states, Cole said.
Perez was processed and released pending a court hearing on charges that included possession of phone credit cards and bogus government documents.
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