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      Littering violation leads to arrest of woman with multiple identities and warrants

      A 34-year-old Grand Rapids female was pulled over by the police in Richmond Township for littering that lead to the discovery she had multiple warrants under different aliases on Wednesday.

      A 34-year-old Grand Rapids female was pulled over by the police in Richmond Township for littering that lead to the discovery she had multiple warrants under different aliases on Wednesday.

      After the troopers observed a cigarette butt come out of the car window they also noticed an open container of alcohol that belonged to the passenger in the front seat.

      According to the Michigan State Police Mt. Pleasant post, the female gave false information regarding who she was to the tropper claiming she just moved from New York to Michigan.

      The driver could not provide a driver's license, state identification card, as well as could not remember her Social Security number.

      Due to the lack of identification, the driver was was taken to the Osceola County jail for open intoxicants violation.

      The corrections staff took her fingerprints which showed the woman had multiple warrants under multiple aliases.

      The Michigan State Police says, 'she was currently a parole absconder from the Michigan Department of Corrections.'