New Jersey man accused of presenting fake documents to Amsterdam bank

A New Jersey man is accused of presenting false identification to conduct a transaction at a local bank.

Robert Davis, 36, of Newark, allegedly gave a fraudulent identification document to an Amsterdam financial institution in an effort to conduct a transaction last Wednesday, State Police said. Davis was identified as the suspect. He tried to leave when troopers arrived.  

Davis was arrested after a brief foot chase. Police found numerous fraudulent identification documents from different states and in the names of other people.

Davis was charged with criminal possession of a forged instrument and identity theft. He was arraigned in Glen Town Court and sent to Montgomery County Jail in lieu of bail of $2,500 cash or $5,000 bond.