Three Lubbock women go to federal prison for forged securities - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

6/26/10

Three Lubbock women go to federal prison for forged securities

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Three Lubbock women are headed to federal prison in a forged securities case.  Paula Gonzales was sentenced on Friday to more than two years in prison. However, she has already filed an appeal.  Gonzales was also ordered to pay $10,229.33 in restitution. 

Stephany Gonzales must serve six months in prison in the same criminal case, and pay back $4,229.33.  Stephanie Martinez must serve 6 months in prison and pay back $8,000. 

The case involved blank checks that were stolen out of mail.  For example, in one instance court records say Paula Gonzales filled out a check for $3,000 and used it to purchase two Wal Mart gift cards.

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