A woman has been given a year of probation for using another person's Social Security number to get a job in Lincoln.
Forty-four-year-old Hercilia Rodas had made a plea deal with prosecutors. They lowered the charge to misdemeanor criminal impersonation from felony identity theft.
Rodas was sentenced on Tuesday.
Court documents say Rodas paid $200 for a Social Security number and identification that she used in April 2009 to get the job.
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