29-year-old woman allegedly posed as high school student in New Jersey

29-year-old woman allegedly posed as high school student in new jersey

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Hyejeong Shin, of New Brunswick, was charged on Tuesday with one count of providing a false government document with the intent to verify one’s identity or age, police said.

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