MILPITAS (KRON)—Four people have been arrested on identity theft and narcotics charges last week in Milpitas.
It happened on Sept. 8 around 1 p.m. when police received reports of suspicious people at the Staybridge Suites on Cypress Drive.
The people were seen holding large bags and walking back and forth from the hotel lobby to three cars inside the parking lot.
32-year-old Holly Mikaele of Fremont and 34-year-old Ngaoi Nguyen were spotted when police first arrived on scene.
Officers found Mikaele was on probation from Alameda County.
Nguyen first gave police a fake name and date of birth, but officers found out later that he was on probation in Alameda County.
Nguyen also had a felony warrant for identity theft.
Police searched a Lexus Mikaele was standing next to. Inside the car, there were fake driver licenses with Mikaele’s picture on it.
The Lexus also had personal biographical information of other people as well as methamphetamine.
Police found a BMW belonging to Nguyen and found credit card embosser, multiple printers, a laminator, and fake driver licenses with personal information of several people.
The third car that the suspects were using had left the scene and came back.
The gray Mercedes had two people inside Arnold Oller Batuyong, 37, and Kim Hoang Luu, 32. Batuyong had a three misdemeanor warrants out for his arrest for drug related offenses.
Officers searched the Mercedes and found an ounce of methamphetamine as well as drug paraphernalia.
Arnold Oller Batuyong, Kim Hoang Luu, Ngaoi Nguyen and Holly Mikaele have been booked into the Santa Clara County Jail.