Federal Grand Jury indicts three
A federal Grand Jury seated in Charleston this week indicted a Goose Creek man on counterfeiting charges and two Mexican nationals on charges they reentered the United States illegally.
Aaron D. Green, 20, of Goose Creek, was charged in a two-count indictment with making and passing counterfeit currency. Green could receive up to 20 years imprisonment. The case was investigated by agents of the U.S. Secret Service and the Goose Creek police, U.S. Attorney for South Carolina Bill Nettles said.
He said the case will be prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Rhett DeHart of the Charleston office.
Also, the Grand Jury returned one-count indictments charging Mario Tinoco, 32, and Mario Guadarrama, 49, both of Mexico, with illegal re-entry of an aggravated felon. Both could receive up to 20 years imprisonment.
Both reentry cases were investigated by agents of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement and will be prosecuted by DeHart, Nettles said.