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3 arrested with fake credit cards in Westbury, police say

From left, Dawon Hennegan, 29, Michael Rosenfeld, 26,

From left, Dawon Hennegan, 29, Michael Rosenfeld, 26, and Devon Harvey, 28, all of Brooklyn, were arrested in Westbury on Saturday, May 21, 2016, and charged with possessing fraudulent credit cards, Nassau County police said. Credit: NCPD

Nassau police said three Brooklyn residents face multiple forgery charges after their arrest Saturday in Westbury on charges of possessing fraudulent credit cards.

Michael Rosenfeld, 26, Devon Harvey, 28, and Dawon Hennegan, 29, were taken into custody at 1 p.m. Saturday, police said, after Rosenfield attempted to purchase liquor with one of the fake credit cards at Westbury Liquors at 1250 Old Country Rd. in Westbury.

The cashier refused to accept the card and called Nassau police, authorities said, and Rosenfeld left the store, walking toward a waiting vehicle.

Officers arrived at the scene and found the three suspects in possession of multiple fraudulent credit cards, police said.

Rosenfeld faces six counts of second-degree possession forged instrument. Harvey is being charged with 12 counts of second-degree possession forged instrument. Hennegan is being charged with 16 counts of second-degree possession forged instrument, police said.

The three men are scheduled for arraignment Sunday in First District Court, Hempstead.

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