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Man claims county kept him behind bars for too long after mistaking identity

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Man claims county kept him behind bars for too long after mistaking identity

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) A man is suing the county, claiming acase of mistaken identity kept him behind bars for too long. And he said it’s not the first time.

He was supposed to serve a 30 day sentence, but according to a lawsuit, scannable fake id Donald Waddles was kept at the Metropolitan Detention Center for an extra four days.

KRQE News 13 reached out to the county and MDC about the latest accusations and was told they don’t comment on pending lawsuits. KRQE News 13 then asked the county if it had settled with Waddles in the past and for a comment, but did not hear back.

“Just indifference,” said Grover.

According to the lawsuit, Holmes is two inches shorter and more than 40 pounds lighter than Waddles. It said Holmes also has tattoos, idreddit.com while Waddles does not.

The lawsuit said Holmes gives out many fake names, not just Waddles. He also has a lengthy criminal history, including burglary and possession.

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