Ross simon jewelry
By Jennifer Roy /found at Daily News Staff Monday, February 13, 2006 - Updated: 12:19 AM EST
Liang Chen walked into Ross Simons Jewelry store just after 4 p.m. and told the store manager he wanted to buy two watches that cost more than $6,500 each, the unidentified manager told police.
The manager showed Chen a $6,500 Rolex and he handed her a Capitol One credit card bearing the name Allen Chen and a Maryland driverís license, police said.
The card was immediately declined and the suspicious store manager called police.
The manager told police she became suspicious when Chen walked into the store because three Asian males have been using stolen credit cards at various store locations and have amassed more then $36,000 worth of stolen merchandise, according to a police report.
Police said Chenís fake Maryland license had a "strange ure" and its colors were faded. It was also stiffer than most state licenses, an officer wrote in a police report.Police said Capitol One officials told the Ross simon jewelry store manager the account had been frozen and the credit card does not belong to Chen.
Police later found Chenís name to be Liang and not Allen.
Chen, 37, of 1978 78th St., Brooklyn, NY, was charged with possession of four or more false credit cards, uttering a false instrument and possession of a false driverís license, police said.
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