Zachary Honig, an employee of CVS in Long Island, NY, has been accused of printing up fake vaccination cards.
Zachary Honig Accused
Police: Vaccination Cards Found In Honig Car. “21-year-old Zachary Honig got arrested on Tuesday in East Garden City when officers looking for drug offenders spotted him sitting his car with the engine running, according to reports from WABC. The officers proceeded to search his car, which is when they found a controlled substance along with a stash of stolen vaccination cards.” [Bossip]
Vaccination Cards Were Filled Out. “Inside the vehicle, they found a controlled substance and 62 COVID-19 vaccination cards. They said eight of them were fill out, with only the “name” section blank. The other 54 were blank. Some were dated for last week, while others were dated 30 days ahead.” [ABC 7]
Honig Faces Multiple Charges. “Honig now faces eight charges, including possession of a forged instrument, criminal possession of a controlled substance, criminal possession of a weapon, and petit larceny, WABC reported.” [Insider]