Queens man charged with credit card fraud in Manhasset

Queens man charged with credit card fraud in Manhasset
Kyle Jackson, 27, of Queens. (Photo courtesy of the Nassau County Police Department)

A Queens man was arrested with credit card fraud at a Manhasset gas station on Tuesday, according to the Nassau County Police Department.

Kyle Jackson, 27, entered the Mobile Gas station on Northern Boulevard on Tuesday at 7 p.m., officials said.

Jackson told a gas station employee that credit cards that police said were left at the gas station belonged to him, though the names did not match his.

The employee, police said, became suspicious and called police to investigate.

Jackson was found to have multiple pictures of identity and social security cards on his phone that were not in his name.

Jackson was placed under arrest and was charged with nine counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument, second-degree forgery, fourth-degree grand larceny, fourth-degree attempted grand larceny, second-degree criminal impersonation and three counts of third-degree unlawful possession of a personal ID, police said.

Jackson was arraigned at the First District Court in Hempstead on Wednesday, but efforts to reach police for further information on the matter were unavailing.

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