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Thursday, April 24, 2014
A Niagara Falls man gave a false identity to Niagara County Sheriff's deputies and found himself facing charges for it — and a short trip to county jail — according to a report filed by NCSO.

Rodney L. Barnes, 43, 1129 Ontario Ave., Niagara Falls, was seen pulling into the parking lot of the Niagara County Jail shortly before noon today. The driver's view was obstructed and he parked in a restricted area, according to patrol.

Patrol stopped the vehicle in the lot and interviewed the driver, who said he didn't have his license or other ID on him, but identified himself as "Reginald." When questioned how to spell his name the driver hesitated to think and did not know his age when question about his date of birth.

Eventually, he identified himself as Barnes. A driver's license check showed him to have no New York State driver's license. He was taken into custody for criminal impersonation and turned over to Niagara County Jail on $500 bail. He was issued two traffic tickets and an appearance ticket to Town of Lockport Court on May 6. The vehicle was secured by Harrington's.

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