A 45-year-old man who called 911 after being robbed Wednesday night was arrested by responding police officers for identity fraud, according to a Macon police report.
The man told police that three men kicked in the door of his home on Ridgeland Avenue and held him at gunpoint asking, Wheres the money?
He said the only thing missing was a laptop he claimed he bought from someone on the street. He told police the computer was stolen from a Bibb County school.
While inside his house, police noticed computer monitors, tools and an assortment of electronics in plain sight. When asked about them, the man told police he had the items for years and had receipts for them. While he was looking for the receipts, the report said he came across a Georgia drivers license which he tried to keep police from seeing.
The name on the license was false, and the drivers license number was registered to a woman living in Mableton.
The man was arrested for identity fraud, and several items inside his home were seized for investigation.