Austin woman could face deportation after pleading guilty to forgery
Published 1:14 pm Saturday, January 23, 2010
An Austin woman pleaded guilty to forgery Friday stemming from a June house search, and she could now face deportation.
Gloria Lizeth Reynua, 21, is scheduled for sentencing May 28.
Her sister, Brenda Gabriel Reynua, 18, already pleaded guilty to a forgery charge and awaits sentencing next month.
Another sister, Martha Isela Reynua, 29, has contested charges against her and awaits a March 8 trial date. Two others — Silvia Patricia Munoz-Rodriguez, 47, the mother of the three sisters, and her boyfriend, Cesar Hernandez-Islas, 28 — are wanted on Mower County warrants.
The search in question was executed at 308 Ninth St. SW on June 2.
According to a criminal complaint, that search uncovered a number of fraudulent documents linked to the family members, including Social Security cards, state ID cards and Quality Pork Processors work stubs.
During the search, 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 in court records.