Woman allegedly impersonated prosecutor, dropped charges against herself

A Littleton woman allegedly impersonated a Hillsborough County prosecutor when she filed bogus paperwork with court docket officials declaring that the drug possession and stalking case against her had been dropped, in step with now not too prolonged within the past released indictments.

Lisa Landon, 33, of Railroad Side road, Littleton, faces one fee of faux personation and 6 costs of falsifying bodily proof, in step with Hillsborough County mammoth jury indictments handed up earlier this month.

The indictments declare that Landon submitted the false paperwork in three various court docket situations closing November and December. In various cases, she dilapidated the Current Hampshire court docket gadget’s digital gadget to file paperwork.

In November, Hillsborough County prosecutors changed into suspicious when they heard from a deliver forensic examiner, who had been scheduled to compose a competency review on Landon.

The examiner seen a peep in Landon’s court docket file that prosecutors had dropped costs; the examiner wished to know if the examination must light hotfoot forward.

“The file purported to possess a nolle prosequi (topple the costs) filed by Assistant County Attorney Patrice Casian, but it rapidly changed into evident to the Divulge that the doc, to boot to various paperwork within the file, had been filed fraudulently,” wrote Qualified Court Deem David Anderson in a ruling referring to the case.

Indictments declare Landon also filed an uncover falsifying a name of retired Qualified C

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