Aaron Lorenzo, 25, was caught charging drinks on a woman's credit card at the Up and Down Club.
The NYPD is looking for a woman accused of using a fake ID to get money from a Citibank, police said.
The 20th Precinct is planning to bring a large paper shredder to the neighborhood next month.
Protect yourself against identity theft by shredding your personal documents at this year's Shred Fest.
A man and woman allegedly applied for credit cards using the victim's ID, then racked up charges on them.
Brooklyn gangs are using teen molls with fake checks to fund the drug trade, cops said.
Amanda Zieminski's fiancee Clyde Forteau also allegedly posed as a Hurricane Sandy victim.
New Yorkers can destroy their personal documents at shredding trucks parked in 10 citywide locations.
From fake checks to phone snatches, assaults to robberies, crime is up, and location-specific.
Identity theft is plaguing the 71st Precinct, police say.
The new lab will be used to scout online crime and collect evidence from cell phones and hard drives.
Prosecutors say 13 people made fake cards and used them for shopping sprees.
A device attached to an ATM on Broadway at Spring Street was designed to steal card information.
A fraud device fell off a Greenwich Village bank door into a woman's hand, she told police.
Three brothers face up to 15 years in prison for allegedly participating in an identity theft ring.
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