TAMPA, Fla. - A couple arrested at an airport restaurant in Florida had 99 forged driver's licenses, police allege.
Kenneth Blake of Chicago and Theresa Hensle were being held in lieu of more than $200,000 bail each, the Tampa Tribune reported.
Airport police arrested the couple Sunday night in a Chili's restaurant at the Tampa International Airport. The officers were responding to a complaint of a theft at the restaurant.
Officers found a plastic bag with two credit cards and the driver's licenses underneath an empty table. They were told Blake had been sitting there.
Hensle said Blake had removed the credit cards and some medication from a woman's purse.
Blake allegedly at first gave police a forged driver's license but then produced an Illinois license with his name.
Both are charged with dealing in stolen property and possession of counterfeit identification. Blake also faces grand theft charges and Hensle possession of cocaine.
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