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Dothan man accused of providing fake permanent resident card

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SOURCE: Dothan Police Department SOURCE: Dothan Police Department

A man in Dothan is under arrest after police say he had possession of fraudulent United States documents.

Dothan Police say 25-year-old Felix Ramon of Headland is charged with second degree criminal possession of a forged instrument after being stopped by investigators. 

According to Dothan police, on Sunday Ramon left a business in the 4100 block of Ross Clark Circle and started walking towards the road. Officers believed he was intoxicated, and after being interviewed it was determined that he had produced a fake permanent resident card.

Ramon was taken to a local facility with a $2,500 bond.

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