BISMARCK, N.D. — Authorities say they arrested three people in North Dakota suspected of stealing dozens of credit cards and driver’s licenses from 32 different individuals.

The Burleigh County Sheriff’s Office says a deputy arrested the trio after stopping their car last week for license plate violations. The Bismarck Tribune reports the deputy found 46 credit and debit cards, 30 driver’s licenses and eight Social Security cards.

Facing charges are 31-year-old Christina Lee Meyers, 36-year-old Brandon Allen Christian, both from Wisconsin, and 40-year-old Gerald Jarmaine Adderly. Adderly told authorities he was just riding with Christian and Meyers to Montana.

Each faces 30 felony counts of theft of property.

They’re all being held on $100,000 bail.

Information from: Bismarck Tribune,

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