Charlestown man charged with tampering with public records, unsworn falsification

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CHARLESTOWN — A Charlestown man was arrested yesterday for allegedly submitting fraudulent documents to the Charlestown Town Clerk’s Office in an attempt to obtain a New Hampshire vehicle title.

Wyatt P. Hugg, 20, was charged with tampering with public records or information and unsworn falsification.

According to the New Hampshire State Police Troop G Investigations Unit, Hugg submitted the fraudulent documents to obtain a title in his name for a vehicle whose owner was deceased prior to the alleged sale.

Investigators discovered that the signed documents were fabricated and submitted to the state.

Hugg was arrested on a warrant without incident and is scheduled to be arraigned in the 5th Circuit Court – District Division – Claremont on May 13 at 8:30 a.m.

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