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Long Island CVS employee found with fraudulent coronavirus vaccination cards – WABC-TV

A CVS employee is facing charges after police say he was found in possession of fraudulent vaccine cards on Long Island.

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EAST GARDEN CITY, Long Island (WABC) — A CVS employee is facing charges after police say he was found in possession of fraudulent vaccine cards on Long Island.The arrest happened around 10:40 p.m. Tuesday in East Garden City, where police on a drug trafficking investigation spotted a man sitting in a gray Mazda with the engine running.
The man, 21-year-old Zachary Honig, exited the vehicle when officers approached, and after they asked him for ID, they spotted brass knuckles in the car when he…

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