Springdale police add firearm charges to man who was arrested on state and federal warrants
Springdale, PD (Paul Kirby) Springdale Police Chief Kevin Cornett has said that his department has now issued an arrest warrant to charge Miguel Marquez-Herra with possession of a firearm by an unlawful alien.
Springdale’s officers originally assisted the US Department of Homeland Security with arresting Herra and a female associate on federal fraud charges last week at a property near Wattling and Old Barnwell Roads in that town.
According to a spokesman for Homeland Security, they originally arrested Herra and Ivonne Baez-Fonesca on charges stemming from the sale of falsified documents at a local flea market. Those papers included fake social security cards and other identification cards like SC driver’s licenses.
A person who is found guilty of violated this law is guilty of a felony. Upon conviction, that individual may be fined as much as ten thousand dollars and may also be sentenced to ten years in prison.