Woman Jailed For Allegedly Faking Doctor's Notes

Students have been known to try to fake a doctor's note to get out of school. A South Carolina woman has now been arrested and accused of writing fake doctor's notes for four students.

The Sun News of Myrtle Beach reported Wednesday that 45-year-old Naomi Antoinette Aranda was charged with forgery. Horry County police said she wrote notes for four students at Socastee High School, including her own child.

Police said the fake documents were created using business cards and forms and were faxed to the school with fake signatures.

Aranda was being held in the Horry County jail. It was unclear if she had an attorney.

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  • by Anonymous on Jun 14, 2009 at 07:09 PM
    an attorney!! you can bet your sweet donkey.. It's all a part of the Miranda warning. If you can not afford one, one will be appointed for you...

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