State Police seek info about forgery suspect
BATON ROUGE, LA — Louisiana State Police needs help identifying an unknown man who is wanted for forgery in the local Baton Rouge area. Louisiana State Police Bureau of Investigations received information from the Office of Motor Vehicles indicating that the unknown suspect provided false documents to obtain a Louisiana Driver’s License. Based on the evidence gathered, a warrant was obtained for the unknown suspect for fraud.
The unknown suspect is a black male believed to be approximately 5'7”, 182 pounds, and in his mid to late 40s. If you can help law enforcement identify this person, please contact Louisiana State Police Bureau of Investigations at (225) 252-2428.
Forgery and Identity Theft are serious crimes that can affect the day to day lives of its intended victims. Louisiana State Police will continue to investigate and pursue the arrests of criminals who steal the identity or attempt to steal the identity of the citizens that we serve.
The Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles and the Louisiana State Police will continue to work together to safeguard the integrity of state-issued identification.
A person convicted of forgery can face up to 10 years in jail and a fine of not more than $5,000.00.