On Monday, a traffic stop resulted in Antioch Police the discovery of multiple forged checks, social security cards and mailbox keys.
The incident occurred at 11:20 am at L St. and W 18th where the traffic stop was made.
According to police, officers learned the driver was on a form of parole known as Post Release Community Supervision. Individuals who are placed on this type of supervision agree to subject themselves, their vehicles, along with homes and property, to searches by law enforcement for any reason without a warrant.
When officers searched his vehicle, they discovered numerous stolen checks that were forged and paid to the driver in amounts ranging from $2,000 to $10,000. They also discovered stolen identification and social security cards, along with several mailbox access keys.
The driver was arrested and taken to county jail.