Police say a Brooklyn man was arrested on felony charges after providing law enforcement with a false identity after a vehicle pursuit.
On January 26th around 4 a.m. the Geneva Police Department arrested 31-year-old Taquan A. Boyd, charging him with second-degree forgery.
The charge is a felony, and police say the arrest resulted from a brief vehicle pursuit.
He was also charged with a number of other vehicle and traffic law offenses.
Police say Boyd gave a false name and DOB to officers and signed several documents with the false name. He’s also been a parole absconder since 2014.
He was held without bail.
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