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Inmate Faked Inspections

October 2, 2007

YORK, PA – Pennsylvania State Police said Matthew Steven Levan, an inmate serving time for assault in York County Prison, forged state inspection stickers and falsified records while working at an automotive center, according to the York Daily Record.

Levan, 33, of York is charged with one count of felony forgery and five counts of felony identity theft. He faces misdemeanor charges of 10 counts of identity theft, one count tampering with public records, and two counts altered or forged counterfeit documents. Police also have charged Levan with 63 summary violations.

During a 15-month period beginning in November 2005, police said Levan forged inspection stickers and issued them to vehicles that were never inspected. He also falsified entries into the log book at an automotive center, where he was working at the time, using information from other customers.

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