According to a criminal complaint filed Thursday, an
While speaking with the officer, Frith was nervous and sweating profusely, even though his car was air-conditioned, the report said.
The officer asked to search Frith's rental car, and he denied the request.
A police K-9 was brought in, and the dog alerted to the presence of a drug inside the car, the report said. As a result, the officers searched the vehicle.
Police found a backpack in the trunk with more than 200 counterfeit credit cards inside, the complaint said. Officers also found a computer.
Investigators later found more than 3,000 credit card numbers in files on the computer, which also included people's names, birthdates and
Frith was arrested on state charges, but is now facing a federal charge of trafficking in a counterfeit device.
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