HCSO: Man using 2 ID’s jailed

A Gainesville man who allegedly has been using two identities was locked up after jailers found out what was going while booking him on traffic charges at the Hall County Jail.


“Marcos Luca-Lucas, 33…was initially arrested under the name Ernesto Alanzo Rodriguez, on Saturday, Feb. 3 by the Gainesville Police Department (GPD) on a list of traffic-related violations.

As officers at the Hall County Jail were reviewing the suspect’s files on Sunday, Feb. 4, to determine his eligibility for bond on the charges levied by GPD, they determined the suspect booked as Rodriguez had a driver’s license number under the name of Marcos Luca-Lucas. In addition, the suspect had signed some of his booking documents under the name Rodriguez and others under the name Luca-Lucas.

As a result of the findings, the suspect was charged by the Hall County Sheriff’s Office with felony forgery in the second degree (3 counts) and knowingly falsifying an identification document.

At last check, the suspect remains in jail with a bond of $13,820.”