Town of Dickinson, NY (WBNG Binghamton) The Broome County Sheriff's Office arrested a man after he impersonated a relative allegedly to hide dozens of license suspensions.
On June 20, a sheriff's deputy stopped a red Ford van on Glenwood Road in Binghamton. The driver of the vehicle, Daniel Lupold, gave the sheriff a valid relative's license. The deputy unknowingly released him.
After an investigation by the sheriff's office, it was learned that Lupold had impersonated a relative in an attempt to conceal 25 suspensions on his license.
Lupold was also found to be on felony probation for impersonating the same relative in the past.
Around 2 a.m. Thursday, a green sedan was stopped on Glenwood Avenue in the city of Binghamton. The driver of that car gave the same name.
The deputy from the June 20 incident was called to assist, and recognized the man as Daniel Lupold.
He was taken into custody without incident and later admitted his true identity.
-(2) Aggravated Unlicensed Operation, felonies
-(2) Criminal impersonation, misdemeanors
Lupold is charged with one count of each charge in the town of Dickinson for the June 20 incident, and the second counts in the city of Binghamton for Thursdays incident.
Daniel was arraigned on all charges Thursday morning in Dickinson Town Court and taken to the Broome County Jail without bail.
A probation hearing and additional action in Broome County Court is pending, according to deputies.