Woman Busted With 21 Fake Vax Cards In Traffic Stop
The New York Daily News reports:
A Westchester County woman was arraigned Tuesday on felony forgery charges after a traffic stop for a bogus license plate tag led to the discovery of 21 fraudulent COVID-19 vaccination record cards, authorities said.
Diana Finlay, 53, was charged in Harrison Town Court with five counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument nearly three weeks after she was pulled over when sharp-eyed police spied the phony plate, said Westchester County District Attorney Miriam Rocah.
The felony charge carries a maximum sentence of seven years in prison if convicted. The minimum penalty is probation without jail time. Finlay is due back in court for a Dec. 7 appearance.
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A Westchester County woman faces felony forgery charges after a traffic