Illegal Alien Indicted For Allegedly Selling Phony Green Cards

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A federal grand jury has indicted a former worker at Marks Farms in Lowville for allegedly creating and selling phony green cards.

The U.S Attorney's Office said 36 year old Moises Velazquez-Jacobo, an illegal alien from Mexico, could go to prison for 20 years if he's convicted. 

The former farmhand is accused of selling fake identification to as many as 40 illegals. 

Velazquez-Jacobo is also accused of resisting arrest. 

Authorities said the owners of Marks Farms did not have knowledge of any illegal activity.

See U.S. Attorney's news release

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Friday, July 25, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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