More face charges in forgery case
Published 9:57 am Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Two more people are facing forgery charges, including a juvenile, stemming from a June 2 house search in Austin.
Cesar Hernandez-Islas, 28, and a 17-year-old girl had charges filed against them last week for allegedly using false names and documents. Hernadez-Islas, who has a warrant out for his arrest, faces two felony counts of aggravated forgery, while the juvenile faces one count.
The girl is the sister of Gloria Lizeth Reynua, 21, and Martha Isela Reynua, 28, who face felony aggravated forgery charges. Hernadez-Islas is the boyfriend of Patricia Munoz-Rodriguez, 46, who also faces felony charges and is the mother of Gloria Reynua and her sister. There are warrants out for Munoz-Rodriguez and Martha Reynua.
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The June 2 search of Gloria Reynua’s 308 Ninth St. S.W. home uncovered a number of false documents, including Social Security cards, state ID cards and Quality Pork Processors work stubs. Gloria Reynua and the 17-year-old were present during the search.
While police were searching the home, Gloria Reynua attempted to text message Martha Reynua, warning her in Spanish to get away. Martha Reynua was not at the Austin home — she has a Minneapolis address listed.
Gloria Reynua is scheduled to appear in court on June 18.