Evans Mills man facing felony charges following identity theft complaint, deputies say

LCSO news release

LOWVILLE, NY —  The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office arrested Daniel S. Pisani, 29, Evans Mills, on Oct. 26 following an investigation regarding a fraud complaint.

“It is alleged that Pisani used the personal identifying information of another individual, creating accounts with two credit card companies. Pisani purchased a trailer from Tractor Supply using one of the credit cards. He then fraudulently registered the trailer at the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles in Lowville,” deputies wrote.

Pisani was processed at the Public Safety Building where he was charged with second-degree identity theft, a class E felony, first-degree identity theft, a class D felony, two counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument, two counts of first-degree offering a false instrument for filing, a Class E felony, and two counts of first-degree falsifying business records, a class E felony.

Pisani was arraigned via CAP Court in the town of West Turin where he was released on his own recognizance.

The Sheriff’s Office was assisted by New York State Department of Motor Vehicles investigators.