Police Stop Car with Brake Lights Out, Find Dozens of Charges for Fraudulent Credit Cards

Glen Lamont Ragin, photo courtesy Greenwich Police Dept.

Around 6:00pmon Tuesday, Greenwich Police stopped a car on Weaver Street at Reynolds Place for having a broken left and center brake lights.

On scene investigation revealed numerous fraudulent credit cards and marijuana within the vehicle in the possession of Glen Lamont Ragin, 19, of 30 Harold Ave in Greenwich.

Police say Ragin attempted to flee on foot. After a brief struggle between police and Ragin, Ragin went to the ground, where he resisted officers multiple attempts to handcuff him. Officers were finally able to gain control and handcuff Mr. Ragin.

Two officers sustained minor injuries during the struggle.

Ragin was charged with 32 counts of Possession Personal ID Information Device, 32 Counts of Take Payment Card, 32 counts of Identity Theft 3rd degree and 32 counts of Forgery 3.

He was also charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of a Controlled Substances, Larceny 6, Forgery 2, Interfering with an Officer/Resisting Arrest and two counts of Assault on a Public Safety Officer.

Ragin was unable to post his $150,000 bond and was placed into a police cell block. He has a court date in Stamford Superior Court on August 8, 2018.