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Sex Mad

by | 29th, September 2003

‘SINCE James Perry had been arrested on four occasions for drunken driving, it was not without grounds that he believed it’d be difficult for him to get a driving licence in Connecticut. So he stole an identity, posing as Robert Kowalski, his neighbour from his days in Florida.

The licence was duly granted, and Perry was doing just great for around a year – until he was arrested for disorderly conduct. And since Robert Kowalsji – the name it said on Perry’s licence – was a convicted sex offender and not, as law required, listed on the Connecticut register, he was arrested.

Fingerprints saved Perry, although charges of criminal impersonation, identity theft and forgery are on the rap sheet.’

Posted: 29th, September 2003 | In: Strange But True Comment | TrackBack | Permalink