Rock Rapids Man Faces Up To Five Years In Prison If Convicted Of Forgery Charge
Date posted - November 29, 2013
The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office reports that they arrested 30-year-old Hugo Alexander Perez Miranda of Rock Rapids at his home on Friday, November 22. Miranda was charged with one count of forgery, a class D Felony.
Miranda is accused of using a fictitious Social Security number to obtain employment in Lyon County.
He is being held in the Lyon County Jail.
Since the charge is a Class D Felony, if he’s convicted Miranda could face up to five years in prison and a fine between $750 and $7500.
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