TARRYTOWN, NY — A Westchester resident was accused of promoting pretend motor car inspection stickers. Westchester County Law enforcement arrested Luis Pina-Perez, 36, of Tarrytown, and billed him with next-diploma legal possession of a cast instrument, a felony, and producing a untrue inspection certificate, a misdemeanor.
Detectives claimed they began an investigation following county police been given a private idea that a man was utilizing Facebook Market to provide bogus DMV inspection stickers in Westchester.
The seller was contacted by law enforcement and agreed to fulfill on Wildey Avenue in Tarrytown.
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An undercover detective agreed to pay $240 for two inspection stickers. Immediately after an agreement was achieved, the suspect was taken into custody.
Pina-Perez was arraigned Wednesday in the Hastings-on Hudson Village Courtroom. He was unveiled on his possess recognizance and is due to show up in Tarrytown Village Courtroom Sept. 16.
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