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May 8, 2014

Hamilton: Miami man busted for drugs, 330 charges of identity fraud during traffic stop

Jasper — A Miami-Dade County man was arrested on I-75 in Hamilton County after a traffic stop by the Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) revealed the driver was in possession of marijuana and multiple items of identity fraud, according to a report from FHP.

Reports state that on Wednesday, May 7, at 5:05 p.m., a 2013 Nissan Altima, driven by Kency Aime, 28, 11923 NW 12 Ave., Biscayne Park, Fla., was speeding northbound on I-75 near mile marker 462 in Jennings, clocked at over 80 mph, and was pulled over by FHP. The vehicle was a rental car with a Kentucky license plate.

Upon approaching the vehicle, the trooper detected an overwhelming odor of raw cannabis. Aime denied having any marijuana in his possession, but later told the trooper he had smoked some earlier but had no more. The trooper called for backup and officers from FHP, Jennings Police Department and Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office arrived on scene, reports show.

A subsequent search of the vehicle revealed 13.5 grams of marijuana that included a joint (blunt) in a cigar box inside the car and a baggie full of marijuana buds inside the gas compartment of the vehicle, FHP said.

Reports further state that during a search of the vehicle’s trunk, officers found two laptop computers, three phones, 34 counterfeit credit cards, and reams of paperwork, including documents from LabCorp with names, dates of birth and Social Security numbers. All totaled, there were 296 names with corresponding dates of birth and Social Security numbers.

Aime was transported to the Hamilton County Jail and is being held with no bond on charges of drug and drug paraphernalia possession, and 330 felony charges of identity fraud. The investigation is ongoing and will be extensive, according to FHP.

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