NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — A man was found with more than $9,000 in cash, several credit and debit cards in other people’s names and phony drivers licenses trying to withdraw stolen money from a bank in Bellevue, according to Metro police.
Renauld Clayton, 31, is charged with criminal impersonation, criminal simulation and attempted theft.
Metro police were called to the Fifth Third Bank on Highway 100 Friday after a witness told officers Clayton tried to withdraw $3,972 from an account using a driver’s license that was not in his name.
According to his arrest affidavit, the witness said the money Clayton was trying to withdraw was stolen.
Officers came to the bank, found Clayton and arrested him.
Clayton had $340 in cash, debit and credit cards in different names and the driver’s license used to try to withdraw the cash, according to Metro police. Officers searched his car and reported finding, “$9,500 in cash, a counterfeit social security card, a driver’s license for an individual who was not the defendant, and numerous additional credit/debit cards.”