Schuyler man indicted for allegedly producing fake social security cards
OMAHA, Neb. -- A 26-year-old Schuyler man has been indicted in federal court for allegedly providing fraudulent social security cards.
Acting U.S. Attorney Steven Russell announced Thursday that Werner Monterroso-Monterroso was named in a five-count indictment related to his alleged involvement in providing fake social security cards and other counterfeit documentation from April through August of this year.
If convicted on all charges, Monterroso-Monterroso faces up to 45 years in prison and $1,250,000 in fines.