An I-75 speeding violation on May 8 has resulted in the arrests of two Conyers residents on assorted charges of a more serious nature than just breaking the speed limit.
A press release from the office of Crisp County Sheriff Billy Hancock identified the pair taken into custody as Kenneth Daniels, 49, who was driving the 2006 BMW pulled over for traveling 90-mph in a 70-mph zone, and Maxine Greenwood, 47, the apparent owner of that car.
Deputy Bo Duckworth said he was observing the flow of traffic at mile marker 101 when he clocked the vehicle traveling 20 mph over the speed limit and upon stopping it was presented with a fake identification card by Daniels.
Once his correct identity was determined, Daniels was arrested for speeding, giving false information to a law enforcement officer, driving on a suspended license, identity fraud, financial transaction card fraud and first degree forgery.
Greenwood, meanwhile, was initially found to be in possession of multiple credit cards, Social Security cards, Georgia EBT cards and several health care cards bearing the names of different individuals.
Two company checks made payable to names other than Daniels and Greenwood were also found as well as a list of names, dates of birth and Social Security numbers.
Greenwood, who also was found to be in possession of Schedule II narcotics not prescribed for her, was subsequently cited for two counts of possession of Schedule II controlled substances, failure to have prescription drugs in their original container and permitting an unauthorized person to drive.