Bills Fans Arrested After Using Fake Vaccine Cards to Attend Playoff Game

Don’t use fake vaccine cards.

Michael and Amber Naab know this rule all to well, as they used fake vaccine cards to attend the Patriots-Bills playoff game back on January 15th.

The Married couple were both arraigned and charged with one count each of Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument in the Second Degree.

Following the couple boasting about using the fake vaccine cards on social media, an anonymous tip led to an investigation during the game. The couple were quickly identified, removed from their seats for further questioning.

Via WIVB:

“The charges carry a maximum of 7 years in prison if convicted, but Erie County District Attorney John Flynn said in a press conference Wednesday that prison would “absolutely not” be on the table if the two are convicted.

“I would readily admit, this is not the Kennedy assassination,” Flynn said. “I readily admit this is not the crime of the century.

“At the end of the day,” he added, “I’m not going to jam them up. But I can’t just let them go.”

Sneaking in with fake vaccine cards wasn’t enough for this couple, they had to go on Social Media while commiting a crime to brag about it.

Just imagine a bank robber posting on social media in the middle of his robbery.

Not very smart. Clearly these two are no longer in the Bills Mafia.

Neither is the person who ratted them out.


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