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Two men arrested for fraudulent motorcycle purchases from 3 dealers

Two men have been arrested after they took out fraudulent loans to finance the purchase of motorcycles from three different motorcycle dealerships, according to a report on LongIsland.com. The Nassau County Police Department in New York arrested Robert Urena, 35, and Carlos Almonte, 29, for their alleged crimes. 

Detectives reported that Urena used a fradulent license, as well as a fradulent credit card, to obtain and attempt to obtain loans to purchase motorcycles from three dealerships. Urena visited Island Power Sports on March 27, Long Island Kawasaki-Yamaha on May 1 and Champion Honda on May 3. 

Urena has been charged with two counts of grand larceny 3rd degree, six counts of possession of a forged instrument 2nd degree and attempted grand larceny 3rd degree. Almonte has been charged with grand larceny 3rd degree and attempted grand larceny 3rd degree.

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