That’s according to the criminal complaint against Derrah Trechell Tyler, 23, who faces a felony count of financial transaction fraud and a misdemeanor charge of giving an officer a false name.
According to the complaint:
Kohl’s employees contacted Woodbury police after noticing the 2071 date on a woman’s Arizona license as she was attempting to buy the goods.
Officers stopped a Dodge Charger at the direction of store workers.
A passenger in the car identified herself as Destiny Thomas and gave police a driver’s license that appeared to be forged, specifically because of the expiration date of Sept. 28, 2071.
The woman was detained, and she later gave police her real identity.
Officers contacted the credit card company and found the account holder, who had no idea how Tyler obtained her information.
During a search of the vehicle, police found several seemingly fraudulent Visa cards in the name of Destiny Thomas.
Tyler admitted she attempted to buy the items with a fraudulent credit card, and she told police she is homeless, though her address is listed as being in Detroit.
If convicted on both charges, she faces up to five years and 90 days in prison and $11,000 in fines.
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