BOCA RATON, Fla. - A Fort Lauderdale man has been arrested by police in Boca Raton on charges that he had four fraudulent credit cards.
Around 5 p.m. Thursday, police said they witnessed a car that did not stop while exiting a plaza and pulling onto West Yamato Road.
Officers stopped the car on Dixie Highway and found a small amount of marijuana in the car.
While police were searching the car, they also found four credit cards.
Officers checked the magnetic strips on the cards and found that they did not match the number on the front of the cards.
Boca Raton police arrested the suspect, Kerby Honorat, and charged him with four counts of forgery of a credit card.
According to police, Honorat used one of the cards to buy cigarettes from a CVS store.
Two other people in the car were arrested on drug and suspended license charges.
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