Iowa Student Presents Bouncer’s Stolen ID

May 8, 2012 9:00am
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Steven Fiorella is shown in a photo from a previous arrest. (Image Credit: Johnson County Sheriff's Department)

A 19-year-old University of Iowa student reportedly picked the wrong person to fool with a fake ID.

Steven Fiorella waited in line outside of The Union Bar in Iowa City as a bouncer checked drivers’ licenses early Saturday morning, according to the Press-Citizen.

When the teen handed the unidentified bouncer his license, it turns out he was unknowingly returning stolen property — the license belonged to the man, who had reported it stolen in February.

When police arrived around 1 a.m., they found the bouncer’s debit and AAA cards in Fiorella’s possession, the newspaper reported.  Fiorella reportedly told police he bought the items at a party for $20.

He was arrested on charges of  theft and unlawful use of another person’s identification.

 

 

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