Man Charged with Using False Name to Pay Bill at Greenwich Hospital

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Daniel Reyes, courtesy Greenwich Police

A Bridgeport man was arrested on Saturday and charged with Criminal Impersonation for an incident stemming back to Sept. 5, 2013, when he allegedly fraudulently used another subject’s name to pay his medical bill at Greenwich Hospital.

On Saturday, members of the Derby Police conducted a motor vehicle stop. During the stop it was determined that the operator, Daniel Reyes, 34, of 38 Roosevelt Street in Bridgeport, had an active arrest warrant from Greenwich Police.

Members of the Greenwich Police Dept brought Mr. Reyes to Greenwich from Derby. He was charged with Criminal Impersonation. His bond was set at $300 and he has a court date in Stamford Superior Court on April 18, 2016.

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