Arkansas woman posed as sheriff's deputy to bust her boyfriend out of jail

30-year-old Maxine Feldstein pleaded guilty to many charges including criminal impersonation and was sentenced to 30 years but the judge suspended 15 years of it. In July the woman posed as deputy "L. Kershaw," with the with the Ventura County Sheriff's Office and presented forged documents to get her boyfriend out of jail. Her boyfriend Nicholas Lowe told her to pose as the deputy and tell jail staff they were "having issues with overcrowding and all low-priority extraditions have been suspended." Two days later the real sheriff's deputy called to let the jail know they were on their way to pick up Lowe and they realized what happened. The couple was arrested a month later. Earlier this week she plead guilty to second-degree criminal impersonation, forgery and third-degree escape. In February, Lowe pleaded guilty to third-degree escape and was given a year in prison, with credit for time served, and will be suspended for five years once he's released. Click Here For More Story

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