MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 46-year-old woman arrested for narcotics possession was discovered to have 21 aliases, according to Hennepin County District Court documents.
On March 26, 2012, Traci Rankin Bradley was arrested. On her, law enforcement discovered a black zip up bag containing drug paraphernalia, spoons with burnt residue (later determined to be heroin), syringes with crystal-like substance in it (later tested positive for cocaine and heroin) and five prescription bottles. Two of the bottles had Bradley’s name on them, one had the name of Clarence Ross on them and the others had no label on them.
Authorities say Bradley’s 22 other aliases are: Terri Aliperto, Terri Lee Aliperto, Terrie Aliperto, Traci Lynn Bradley, Traci Rankin Bradley, Traci Bradley Rankin, Traci R Bradley, Trai Lynn Bradley, Traci Bradley-Rankin, Traci Unknown Bradley-Rankin, Traci Bradleyrankin, Traci Lynn Jensen, Terri Lee Rankin, Traci Rankin, Traci Lee Rankin, Traci Rankin-Bradley, Traci Unknown Rankin-Bradley, Tracy Lynn Seifert and Traci Seifert.
Authorities have now requested a search warrant to search the records of the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy and the Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) in Minneapolis. The purpose is to find the drug history of Bradley or her aliases, and to see if there is evidence of fraud.
Possession of a controlled substance without a valid prescription or obtaining or attempting to obtain, a controlled substance by fraud, misrepresentation, subterfuge, deceit, or theft is a felony.