Former Dauphin County residents indicted for production of fraudulent indentification documents
The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced today that a 65-year-old former resident of Dauphin County and his 71-year-old wife have been charged with the possession and unlawful production of fraudulent identification documents.
According to United States Attorney Peter J. Smith, Richard and Susan Hallock, were charged in a four-count indictment by a federal grand jury in Harrisburg yesterday.
The indictment alleges that on May 31, 2006, Richard and Susan Hallock did knowingly produce and possess a document making implement or authentication feature with the intent to produce false identification documents.
If convicted, Richard and Susan Hallock each face a maximum sentence of up to 30 years’ imprisonment and a $500,000 fine.
This investigation was conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Pennsylvania State Police. It is being prosecuted by Special Assistant United States Attorney Brian G. McDonnell.
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