Attorney accused of forging BRPD document
BATON ROUGE- An attorney accused of forging a police document he sent to a credit reporting agency has been arrested, booking records show.
Kwami Asante was booked with forgery and computer fraud in the case.
He was a victim of identity theft and got a letter from the police records division confirming that report. He is accused of altering the letter before sending it to the credit agency.
The agency saw that it appeared to be inauthentic and contacted Baton Rouge police, authorities said.
Police compared the letter the credit agency received with the one it issued to Asante, and found that they were not the same.
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