ARON MAX WEGNER is currently employed as a Broker and/or Investment Adviser at NOMURA SECURITIES INTERNATIONAL, INC. located at WORLDWIDE PLAZA, 309 WEST 49TH STREET, NEW YORK, NY, 10019.


Disclosure History

ARON MAX WEGNER has 1 Disclosure Event(s).

Date: September 13, 2014
Category: Criminal
Disposition: Dismissed
Amended Charges: At a pretrial hearing, the original charge of Fraudulent ID was dismissed. A new Citation for "DISORDERLY CONDUCT CI - BLOCK STREET/SIDEWALK, ANN ARBOR ORD" was entered.
Amended Charge Type: OTHER Amended Charge
Amended Charge Disposition: "Judgment Rendered": $175 fine and 15 hours of community service required - paid and performed.
Broker Comment: On September 13, 2014, I was leaving a tailgate party on campus with a glass bottle. I placed the glass bottle on the ground (as there were no trash cans nearby). A police officer witnessed this and began writing up a ticket for Littering. When the officer asked for my ID, I told him I did not have one on me as it was in my wallet at my house. The officer did not appear to believe me and began questioning me about my identity. After the officer was able to confirm my identity from the state information database, which corroborated the information I had originally provided, the officer searched my pockets without probable cause. During the search, the officer discovered an unofficial ID. The ID was never presented by me to the officer. After inspecting the ID, the officer issued a charge of "FRAUDULENT ID TO PURCHASE LIQUOR-MINOR U/21". There was no attempt to use the ID or purchase liquor during this incident. I was advised by my lawyer to accept a citation in lieu of the original charge. As noted above, this charge of Fraudulent ID was dismissed by the court. A new citation was issued for "DISORDERLY CONDUCT CI -BLOCK STREET/SIDEWALK, ANN ARBOR ORD". I received a $175 fine (paid on 10/13/14) and had to complete 15 hours of community service (performed between 10/13/14 and 12/8/14). This case is closed.

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