Two Texas men arrested for allegedly enrolling in high school using falsified documents

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Two men from Texas were arrested on Thursday after being accused of falsifying documents in order to enroll at a local high school, according to authorities.

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According to local news reports, 20-year-old Triston Moses and 19-year-old Kierre Trenton were arrested by Crowley ISD police on Thursday. They were each charged with one count of tampering with government records. Police said Moses and Trenton falsified the documents in order to enroll at Crowley High School.

Kierre Trenton, Triston Moses
TARRANT COUNTY JAIL

Crowley ISD Superintendent Michael McFarland said his district took “immediate and decisive action” once the school administrators discovered the two individuals using fake documents to gain access to the campus.

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The two men were arrested, removed from the campus, and taken to jail. Court records show that the men’s bond was set at $1,500 each. Both men were released from the Tarrant County Jail after posting bond.

It was unclear whether Moses had an attorney, but an attorney was listed for Trenton.

Chileee not their old a*ses were trying to go back to high school.

Police said that the investigation is ongoing.

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