2006_08_fakebadge.jpgHome laminating machines strike again! Port Authority police officers happened to stop Stephan Kishmore's minivan near JFK Airport because they noticed a police decal on it - only to find U.S. Department of Homeland Security parking cards on the dashboard. The AP reports that when the officers approached Kishmore he said he was an on-duty police officer and showed them a Homeland Security ID card and badge! To be a police officer AND in the Department of Homeland Security. Only, the Port Authority police noticed the badge said, "CopShop.com, Collectible Badge, Not For Official Use." Then Kishmore admitted he used a home laminating machine and his computer to make his ID card, and upon examination, the police found even more fake ID cards, stun guns, pellet guns and starter pistols in his Bronx home. The Queens DA's office charged the York College student with criminal impersonation, forgery, and criminal possession of a weapon, a forged instrument and forgery devices. This is the second laminating bust in recent weeks of the Queens DA's office - two weeks ago, a high school graduate faked a media pass to see the Mets.