GREAT POLICE WORK: Boca Cops Nab Detroit Counterfeiter In Boca Raton

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Jeremy Brooker
Jeremy Brooker, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — It is textbook police work. Knowing when something doesn’t seem to be quite right, then asking the right questions to learn what’s really going on.
Boca Raton Police Detectives Stepp and Kimsel, Officers Campbell, McHugh, Melgar and Brown nabbed Jeremy Kane Brooker of Detroit and charged him with 25 counts related to fraud and counterfeiting.
Read the affidavit of probable cause to learn how one detective witnessing questionable tags on a car led to a major arrest.

 

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