DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. -- The Davidson County Sheriff's Office said they stopped a man from speeding Tuesday night and found 30 fake IDs in his car.
Deputies said they stopped David Bradshaw, who was driving a 2014 Ford Taurus with Tennessee registration plates for speeding on Cotton Grove Road at Brown Street.
Bradshaw was given a written warning for the violation according to deputies. A K-9 scan was done on Bradshaw's car during the stop when deputies said they smelled drugs. As they searched the car, deputies found eleven bundles of an undisclosed amount of cash. They also found 30 forms of fake IDs from Georgia bearing the same picture of a woman but with 30 different names.
30 tax refund checks issued in the United States were also found in Bradshaw's car according to deputies.
Bradshaw was arrested and charged with Possession/Manufacture Fraudulent Identification. He was placed in the Davidson County Detention Center under $150,000.00 secured bond.
Thomasville Police and Homeland Security also assisted with the stop and deputies say it is pending further investigation through Homeland Security Investigations.