Sharp Eyes of GPD Lead to Forgery, Interfering Charges for Duo

On Thursday, July 21, Westchester Real Time Crime (RTC) shared with Greenwich Police a description of a car that had been in numerous burglaries in Westchester.

The information was put out to patrol including the car’s Florida registration.

Westchester RTC asked that Greenwich Police stop the car if they located it, so that the occupants could be positively identified.

Greenwich Police spotted the car in the area of I95 Exit 4, and conducted a motor vehicle stop. Investigation determined that the driver, later identified as Maria J Marmolejo, 43, of Jamaica, New York, provided invalid California driver’s license and answered questions evasively. Police say she could not explain if her actual name was the one on the driver’s license and related that she had been assisted by “some guys” in California when she obtained the identification.

Investigation revealed that Marmolejo was interfering with the on scene investigation and providing false information.

Also in the car was a man identified as Adrian A Marin Londono, 37, of Queens, NY. Londono provided a NYC ID card with the name Luis Jaramillo. Police say he was unable to properly provide his date of birth and that the ID card included spelling errors indicating it was not legitimate. Police determined Londono was also interfering with investigation and providing false information.

Marmolejo and Londono were both arrested and charged with Forgery 2 and Interfering with an Officer/Resisting.

Marmolejo was able to post the required 10% of her $10,000 bond and was released. Marmolejo has a date in Stamford Superior Court on Aug 5, 2022.

Londono was unable to post the required 10% of his bond and was placed into a GPD cell block.