NYC Man Became Disorderly After Being Flagged for Fraudulent Credit Cards at Holmdel Best Buy

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HOLMDEL, NJ – A New York City man has been charged after causing a disturbance at the Holmdel Best Buy store on Friday, according to police.

Holmdel Police reported that at about 6:30 p.m., Best Buy employees contacted the Holmdel Police Department regarding a disorderly customer and possible fraudulent credit card transactions. The suspects left prior to the arrival of patrol officers but employees were able to provide a vehicle description.

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“Ptl. Disko located the vehicle on State Highway 35 and Laurel Avenue and stopped the vehicle on Highway 35 near ShopRite in Middletown,” the department said.

Dieudonner B. Philibert, a 21 year old male from Queens, was cited for Hindering Apprehension, Fraudulent use of a credit card, and Forgery. He was released on a summons.

The two remaining subjects provided numerous names each and could not be positively identified. They were subsequently transported to the Monmouth County Correctional Institution until their identities can be confirmed

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They were charged with hindering apprehension, fraudulent use of a credit card, and two counts of Forgery.