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A woman pretended to be a teenager at a school in New Jersey: the deception was not immediately noticed


Olga Derkach

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A 29-year-old New Jersey woman has been charged with using false ID to impersonate a teenager at school, according to police. Writes about it CNN.

Hyejeong Shin was charged with providing a false document after she presented a fake birth certificate to the New Brunswick Board of Education.

The police department said that Sheen provided a fake birth certificate with the intention of going back to school.

Sheen does not currently have a lawyer, New Jersey court spokeswoman MaryAnn Spoto said.

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The police did not say why Shin wanted to go to school. Whereas the students at the school said that Shin attended classes for four days along with other students.

Both the police and the school district said state law prohibits restricting a student's access to education due to lack of documentation or immigration status.

Sheen "got a preliminary admission" to the school a week earlier, New Brunswick Superintendent of Schools Aubrey Johnson said.

New Brunswick Public Schools officials discovered the deception in completing the prescribed screening protocols and "immediately barred her from any school district property."

“Once our employees determined that it was fraudulent information, they immediately notified the relevant authorities,” Johnson said. “The well-being of our students, staff and community is of the utmost importance to us and we will continue to work with the police department and our other partners to address this issue.”

Sheen is expected to appear in Middlesex County Superior Court at a February 16 hearing.

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