Two New Yorkers were arrested on Dec. 27 for allegedly forging signatures on official documents at a New York mortgage closing, the Long Island Press reported. George Williams, 46, and Cheryl Gannaway, 45, both of Brooklyn, N.Y., attended a closing where they identified themselves asWilliam and Marilyn Pymm and produced forged New York State drivers licenses with the false names, Nassau police told the Press. The pair allegedly signed the false names to all official documents, including the mortgage and signature affidavit, sworn by a notary public, media reports said. Crimes Against Property Squad detectives arrested the two Brooklynites, according to reports. Williams and Gannaway were charged with grand larceny, identity theft and three counts of forgery, according to media reports. ...
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