SLED makes arrests in Aiken false document case

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The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) has arrested three civil process employees accused of falsifying legal documents while working for Aiken County.

The suspects are employed with APS International Civil Action Group, a Minnesota-based company that provides legal support services to agencies worldwide.

The suspects were sub-contracted by the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office to serve civil process.

Janice Voigt, 50, of 3847 Richland Ave., is charged with 3 Counts of Forgery, Conspiracy, Perjury and False Certification by Notary.

Mary Cox, 53, of 2310 Wire Road is charged with 3 Counts of Forgery, Conspiracy, Breach of Trust with Fraudulent Intent, Perjury and False Certification by Notary.

Tara Devine, 31, of 126 Mossback Circle, is charged with False Certification by Notary.

According to 14 arrest warrants, Ms. Voigt and Ms. Cox conspired with one another to forge signatures on legal documents and later affirmed that those documents were true.

Ms. Cox is also accused of fraudulently altering or changing billing invoices associated with APS, International in order to receive financial compensation for those false documents. Ms.Devine is accused of falsely certifying that the forged signatures on those documents were true.

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curly123053 05/14/09 - 09:03 pm
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themaninthemirror 05/14/09 - 09:49 pm
Who did what to who and where

Who did what to who and where and how?

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