Grand Rapids woman with multiple aliases, warrants arrested after littering violation

RICHMOND TOWNSHIP — A littering violation in Osceola County resulted in the arrest of 34-year-old Grand Rapids woman wanted on numerous warrants.

Troopers from the Michigan State Police Mount Pleasant Post stopped a vehicle for littering, after observing a cigarette butt come out of the driver side window. When troopers walked up to the vehicle and talked to its occupants, they observed open intoxicants in the vehicle belonging to the front seat passenger.

The Grand Rapids woman did not have identification, and gave troopers fictitious and elusive information regarding her identity.

"She claimed that she recently moved to Michigan from New York, and has never had a driver’s license or state identification card in either state, and couldn’t remember her Social Security number," according to a news release from Michigan State Police.

Because she could not be identified, the woman was arrested for the open intoxicants violation and was lodged at the Osceola County Jail. Upon checking her fingerprints, corrections staff discovered she had multiple warrants under multiple aliases, and was currently a parole absconder from the Michigan Department of Corrections.