Long Island CVS employee found with fraudulent coronavirus vaccination cards – WABC-TV

EAST GARDEN CITY, Long Island (WABC)– A CVS staff member is facing charges after police state he was discovered in possession of fraudulent vaccine cards on Long Island.The arrest took place around 10:40 p.m. Tuesday in East Garden City, where police on a drug trafficking examination identified a man sitting in a gray Mazda with the engine running.The male, 21-year-old Zachary Honig, exited the car when officers approached, and after they asked him for ID, they found brass knuckles in the cars and truck when he opened the guest side door.Inside the lorry, they discovered a controlled compound and 62 COVID-19 vaccination cards.They stated 8 of them were fill out, with just the “name” section blank.” His intent was to share them with household members and good friends that they can go into places and possibly even use them at school when they go back in September,” Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder stated.” Dr. Brian Harper, with New York Tech, states fabricating a COVID vaccination card hurts everybody.
Copyright © 2021 WABC-TV. All Rights Reserved.