Posted 11 months ago
By Scott Carlson
Daysha Moore, 27, gave her sister’s information to officers after crashing into a car in the parking lot of the Volusia County Courthouse. But when an officer looked up the information, he discovered that Moore did not match the photo in the system.
When the officer made note of Moore’s tattoo, which read “01-14-1985,” she admitted to giving the wrong info. She gave her real name and date of birth, which matched the tattoo.
Once the real information was entered, police discovered that Moore’s license has been suspended five times. She admitted to lying to police to keep them from finding out about the suspension.
Moore was charged with giving a false name to a law enforcement officer and cited for unsafe backing and driving with a suspended license.