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Man Could Face 7 Years in Prison After Allegedly Submitting Fake Vaccine Card to Job

A man in New York could face seven years in prison for allegedly faking his COVID-19 vaccination status, according to state police.

Twenty-four-year-old Devin R. Kemp of Eaton was arrested Friday for possession of a forged instrument in the second degree. Kemp had allegedly submitted a fake vaccination card to his employer, an offense that is considered a class “D” felony.

According to authorities, the New York State Police was contacted on September 27 by the state’s Department of Health Vaccination Complaint Investigation Team, who were investigating a case of a forged COVID-19 vaccination card that had been reported to them by a private company.

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