Fake ID Leads to Oak Grove Teen’s Arrest

| November 30, 2012
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An Oak Grove teen, who allegedly tried to enter a Kansas City casino with a fake ID early Friday morning, is being held without bond, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.  Christopher Moore, 18, was booked at the Kansas City Police Department shortly after midnight.  It was also discovered that Moore had an outstanding warrant for felony charges of tampering with a motor vehicle and resisting arrest.  The charges stem from an incident that occurred in late June.  The Missouri Gaming Association states that presenting false identification in an attempt to enter a casino gaming area is a misdemeanor offense.

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