OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A 22-year-old parolee suspected of possessing more than 175 stolen or forged bank cards was arrested in Oakland last week, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Officers were conducting a special enforcement operation on Tuesday night when they stopped a speeding 2003 BMW with a broken headlight on MacArthur Boulevard near 73rd Avenue around 9 p.m., CHP officials said.

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The driver, identified as Oakland resident Jovon Williams, did not have a valid license and was found to be on parole, according to the CHP.

Officers searched the BMW where they found more than $10,000 in cash and the stolen or forged bank cards, CHP officials said.

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Williams was arrested and booked into county jail on charges including identity theft, forgery and probation violation, according to the CHP.

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