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Springfield, Ill (KSDK) -- Illinois State police found fake credit cards and gift cards and $12,362 in cash during a routine traffic stop.

Police said a trooper stopped a van on I-55 near Springfield, Illinois, because it did not have a front license plate and for improper lane usage.

Police checked the driver's license and discovered Michelle Ayala, 37, had two felony warrants for deceptive practices.

The trooper searched the van and found fraudulent credit, debit and gift cards from various retail establishments inside the vehicle, according to police.  They also uncovered blank driver's licenses and identification cards from multiple states.  They also found the machines to make fake IDs, holograms and credit cards.

Police said the trooper also found thousands in cash on the driver and two passengers. 

Ayala, Philip Bush, 51, and Felicia Mullon, 38, were all taken into custody.  They were all charged with possession of altering credit cards, possession of stolen goods, possession of fradulent cried cards, possession of a machine to make counterfeit cards.

The suspects were jailed in Sangamon County without bond.

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