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James Gracey arrested for allegedly using fake name and credit card to rent car at San Francisco Airport

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San Francisco International Airport- On Monday, November 25, 2013, at approximately 10:44 pm, SFPD Officers assigned to the San Francisco International Airport Bureau were dispatched to the SFO Rental Car Facility on report of a male attempting to rent a vehicle with fraudulent identification and credit cards.

Officers arrived on scene, at which time they located the male subject in possession of miscellaneous items used to produce fraudulent credit/debit cards and found he was also in possession of a quantity of methamphetamine. Officers subsequently placed him under arrest and it was not until he was being booked into San Mateo County Jail that it was learned his true identity was in fact that of 31 year old San Francisco resident; James Gracey.

With the realization of Gracey’s true identity came the knowledge that he had two outstanding felony warrants in the system totaling $40,000 for Burglary and ID Theft. Since his arrest, San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office Detectives and SFPD-Airport Bureau officers have identified 6 additional/potential victims of Identity Theft. Gracey was booked into San Mateo County Jail for the above listed charges and his bail was set at $140,000

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