- Associated Press - Wednesday, April 8, 2015

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - Police say a driver stopped in Manchester, New Hampshire, gave a name associated with an identity fraud report in 2013.

The man told police he lived in Somerville, Massachusetts, but a trooper determined the Massachusetts license photograph didn’t match the driver. The trooper contacted Somerville police and learned about the identity fraud case. A person matching that name phoned by police indicated he wasn’t on a motor vehicle stop with a New Hampshire trooper.

Police identified the driver as 44-year-old Raymond Stefanelli of Atkinson after learning he was heading to a correctional facility to pick up a girlfriend.

Stefanelli was arraigned Tuesday on driving after suspension and disobeying an officer; he also faces charges in Massachusetts. It was not immediately known if he had a lawyer.

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