The Boaz Police Department says two suspects are in jail for multiple charges after being found with fake ID cards at Walmart.
The department says on Oct. 18 around 3:15 p.m., officials responded to Walmart after receiving a call that a woman was trying to cash a check with a counterfeit Alabama identification card. Police say the ID number on the card was issued to a male from Montgomery.
According to police, the suspect, Glorimar Morales Pantojas, was uncooperative after arriving to the Boaz City Jail. The department says she refused to give information to a Spanish-speaking corrections officers that was translating for police.
Pantojas was charged with possession of a forged instrument and obstructing governmental operations. Police say Immigration and Customs Enforcement was notified.
Around one hour later, police were called back to the Walmart in reference to a shoplifter. Police say the shoplifter was identified as Luis Gustavo Rodriguez-Garcia of Albertville.
He was found to be in possession of a counterfeit Tennessee driver's license and a counterfeit international driver's license, police say. They say he also had more than a gram of meth in his possession.
Rodriguez-Garcia was charged with shoplifting, possession of a forged instrument and possession of meth. He was booked in the Boaz City Jail, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement was notified.