Man Accused of Impersonating Lawyer Behind Bars
MCALLEN – A McAllen man was arrested for allegedly impersonating a lawyer.
The Donna Police Department tells CHANNEL 5 NEWS a woman reported paying a lawyer over $7,000 to represent her in a case.
Police say Abner Campos was arrested on Wednesday.
He allegedly identified himself as an attorney for a McAllen firm. Investigators confirmed that he did not work there.
Campos faces charges of "falsely holding oneself out as a lawyer," a third-degree felony.
If you believe you were a victim, call Donna Police at 464-4481.
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