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Man faces forgery charges in Dothan; FBI involved

Cristian Gramajo Rosales (Source: Houston Co. Sheriff's Office) Cristian Gramajo Rosales (Source: Houston Co. Sheriff's Office)

DOTHAN, AL (WSFA) - The Houston County Sheriff's Office charged Cristian Gramajo Rosales, a 21 year old man from Mexico but who's been living on E. Cottonwood Rd. in Dothan, with several felonies.

Rosales is charged with Possession of Forgery Devices and Possession of Forged Instrument, class C felonies. The suspect is being held in the Houston County Jail on no bond and for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to determine legal status in the United States.

The Houston County Sheriff's Office investigation is on-going jointly with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) with possible federal charges pending.

The Houston County Sheriff's Office executed search warrants at two different locations, one at the 1900 block of E. Cottonwood Rd. Dothan, Al. and one at the 1600 block of Hodgesville Rd. Dothan, Al.

The Houston County Sheriff's Office recovered items from both locations, scanners, printers, card cutters, blank cards, social security cards, computers and fake licenses which led to the evidence and to the arrest of Rosalas.

Further investigation revealed that Rosalas was involved in a widespread operation from Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri, and Texas.

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