Hauppauge woman arrested for criminal personation, forgery during pawns

Hauppauge woman arrested for criminal personation, forgery during pawns

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Suffolk County Police arrested a woman on Feb. 21 for allegedly utilizing another individual’s identification to pawn items several times in Lindenhurst this month.

Property/Auto Crime Unit detectives began an investigation after discovering suspicious pawn activity
by an individual selling new items to a pawn store in Lindenhurst between February 8 and February 14.
Following an investigation by Property/Auto Crime detectives with assistance from First Precinct Crime
Section officers, Jacqueline Nollman Hubbard was arrested near the Lindenhurst pawn shop with stolen
property.

Nollman Hubbard, 40, of Hauppauge, was charged with five counts of alleged Criminal Personation 2nd Degree and five counts of Forgery 3rd Degree for using a Pennsylvania woman’s identification and forging her signature during the transactions. She was also charged with one count of Petit Larceny. She was issued a Desk Appearance Ticket and will be arraigned on a later date.

A criminal charge is an accusation. A defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.