A 25-year-old woman is accused of using her sister’s identity when she was issued a public intoxication citation in Fort Worth, according to a police report.
Angelina Parsons was cited at a bar, the Fort Worth police report said, when she is accused of giving her sister’s name to police.
The sister, who asked to not be identified, told police she hasn’t spoken to Parsons in years.
The police report says she received a letter in the mail notifying her of a warrant in the city of Fort Worth, according to the police report. When the sister looked up the citation number online, she found a fee of $390 and called police to notify them of the situation, the report said.
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Parsons was arrested by Fort Worth police Thursday about 2:15 p.m. and may face a charge of failure to identify and identity theft. She was previously arrested on charges of non-public prostitution last year in Harris County and in 2014 for theft of more than $500, records show.