Man charged with false report

BY DI STAFF | MARCH 08, 2010 7:30 AM

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A man charged with public intoxication last month reportedly entered a guilty plea using a name from a fake ID.

Adam Stoczynski, 20, 335 S. Clinton St., was charged Feb. 27 with public intoxication and providing false reports to law enforcement.

According to reports, Stoczynski was arrested for causing trouble during a bar incident at 115 Iowa Ave., where a Joe’s Place employee was punched.

Stoczynski allegedly gave officers a fake ID, and police charged him under the false name and information shown on the ID.

He pleaded guilty under the false name in court the next morning, causing an innocent person to have a guilty plea of intoxication, police said.

The defendant reportedly went to the police station at a later time and admitted he was wrong.
Providing false reports is a Class D felony generally punishable by a mandatory sentence of five years in prison and a maximum fine of $7,500.

— by Jordan Fries

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