3 New Yorkers busted at Beaverton Kohl’s

Each faces a charge of aggravated ID theft

(L-R) Jorge Hernandez, Camilo Rodriguez-Almonte and Brian Roman, June 19, 2015 (Washington County Sheriff's Office)
(L-R) Jorge Hernandez, Camilo Rodriguez-Almonte and Brian Roman, June 19, 2015 (Washington County Sheriff's Office)

BEAVERTON, Ore. (KOIN) — Three men from New York were arrested after allegedly using fraudulent IDs to open a Kohl’s account in Beaverton to buy $800 of goods.

Beaverton police were called by Kohl’s security after the 3 raised suspicions with their in-store activity Thursday night. Police stopped their car as it left Kohl’s and a search found 30 fake IDs, 4 counterfeit credit cards and about $2200 in cash, police said.

Jorge Hernandez, 28, Camilo Rodriguez-Almonte, 23, and 22-year-old Brian Roman each face a charge of aggravated ID theft and each is being held on a $250,000 bail.

The 3 New York men were allegedly going to meet a fourth man at the Portland International Airport. That man was questioned and released by detectives.

All 4 men had recently been in Denver. Officials said they may have been committing similar crimes in Colorado.

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