On Friday Dec 21, 2018 Deputies from a Charles County Sheriff’s Department were questioning a rascal that occurred during a Waldorf Chevrolet automobile dealership.
An worker from a dealership told military that “Joe James”, after identified as Milton Nathan James, 39 of Norfolk, VA, attempted to squeeze a 2016 Honda Odyssey, valued during $36,640 with fake identification.
Once a dealership concluded to a sale, it was dynamic that a marker that James used was fraudulent. To trigger a sale, James gave a dealership a Florida drivers license.
At approximately 2:25 p.m. James returned to a dealership to collect adult a vehicle. James saw a officers lift into a dealership and proceeded to rush on feet opposite Crain Highway. James was arrested and told military that his name was “Marco Joe James” and his birth date was Sep 7, 1979 and supposing a Virginia motorist permit with a same information.
When officers searched James, they found his wallet that contained an id label for an auction residence that had a name “Milton James Jr.” A check of that name showed several tattoos and a sketch that compare James. During a march of a review it was suggested that James had combined a papers to squeeze a vehicle.
When James was confronted about his genuine name, he told officers that Milton James was his aged name. James has used many aliases and his mom was also incarcerated during a dealership. She was pushing a 2011 Audi that was purebred to Joe James purchased by him a same approach on Dec 15, 2018.
James was arrested and charged with attempted burglary $25,000 to underneath $100,000, attempted engine vehicle/unlawful taking, possess/use fake supervision id documents, rascal id info burglary $25,000 to underneath $100,000.
James was primarily hold with out bond though was expelled on a $5,000 bond on Dec 26, 2018 and is due in district justice on Feb 12, 2019.