Man Sentenced To Probation In Counterfeit Bills, Money Laundering Case
A man convicted in forgery and money laundering cases in the 1st District Court was sentenced to probation on Monday, though it was unclear if he would be released from custody due to immigration issues.
Omar Carrillo-Delacruz, 33, addressed the court prior to sentencing and asked Judge Angela Fonnesbeck for probation. Carrillo-Delacruz told the court he had four children — some of whom were ill — and a wife who depended on him.
“They don’t have anybody else,” Carrillo-Delacruz said by way of a court interpreter. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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