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Thursday, August 13, 2015

A 19-year-old Lockport man gave police a fake name because he thought he had a warrant under his real name, according to LPD. He didn't.

Cedrick J. Luke, 19, 199 Saxton St., was charged around 12:40 a.m. Monday with false impersonation. According to the LPD arrest report, Luke was the passenger in a vehicle that was stopped for a traffic infraction. When patrol asked his name, he gave a fake one.

Luke later provided his real name and was charged with giving the fake one, saying he had given the fake name because he had a warrant out for his arrest. The report states, “After checking Luke’s true information, it was found out he did not have a warrant.”

Also charged in the stop was the driver of the vehicle, 19-year-old Aaron Q. Even, 317 North St., Medina. His charges include DWI and a lane violation. According to LPD, he was originally stopped for a traffic infraction on Locust Street and determined to be intoxicated. 

Both men are due in City Court on Monday.

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