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Plymouth Man Arrested at Workplace with Counterfeit Identification

June 29, 2017

MugShot_Caballero, OlmanLast Friday, June 23rdthe Plymouth Police Department received a report of a subject using a false name at a business in Plymouth. Detective Leo Mangus investigated further and confirmed that 38 year old Olman Caballero had been using the name of Hector Diaz Rosa at his place of employment.

Olman Caballero was arrested at the business on June 27.  During his arrest counterfeit identification was located in his possession.

Olman Caballero was booked into the Marshall County Jail for the offense of Identity Deception.   His cash bond was set at $4,500 and an initial hearing has been scheduled for July 11.



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