Trying To Avoid Paying Parking Tickets, Oak Park Man Charged With Forgery

Denoris Brown owed Oak Park $3,500 in parking tickets.

Brown tried to get out of paying his tickets by claiming he had recently filed for bankruptcy according to Oak Park-River Forest Patch.

But when Oak Park officials tried to verify the bankruptcy documents he presented, they figured out pretty quick these were forged documents.

Now Brown is facing forgery charges.

It would have been cheaper to pay the tickets.

Here’s a tip. Don’t forge documents to get out of paying a parking ticket.

Brown is be back in court on Friday, June 3rd.

Here’s Patch’s full story, “Police: Man Forged Documents to Avoid Parking Tickets.”

One Response to Trying To Avoid Paying Parking Tickets, Oak Park Man Charged With Forgery

  1. DoR Employee says:

    As I recall…

    Bankruptcy documents are Federal Documents…

    Federal Felony as well as a State Felony and still on the hook for 3500 to Oak Park.

    And what was he doing to get those amounts in Oak Park tickets?

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