Nurse Imposter Pleads Guilty To Federal Charge - KULR-8 Television, Billings, MT

Nurse Imposter Pleads Guilty To Federal Charge

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A woman who allegedly posed as a nurse in a local hospital changed her plea for a Federal charge in court Wednesday.

According to a press release by the United States Attorney's Office, Angela Corson Smith has pleaded guilty to a count of Bank Fraud. Smith is reportedly released, and awaits sentencing, scheduled for October 28th.

Smith reportedly forged several loan documents in a home equity loan application to a local credit union. Smith also reportedly forged her husband and her father's signature on a Power of Attorney document.

Smith was facing 30 years in prison, and a fine of $1 million if convicted of the charge she pleaded guilty to.

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