Schuyler Identity Theft Suspect Expected to Cut Deal

COLUMBUS, Neb . – A Schuyler man accused of identity theft is expected to plead guilty to a lesser charge.

According to Platte County court documents, 39-year-old Cesar Madora-Marino admitted to using a Greeley, Colorado man’s social security number, and a Nebraska I.D. in order to get an farm job in the area.

Madora-Marino was originally charged with two counts of identity theft.

Madora-Marino originally pleaded not guilty to the more serious identity theft charges, but court documents say he plans on changing his plea this week.


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