Prisoner pleads guilty to forging judge's signature

Shaun Steven Kidd now faces as much as five years for the charge on top of separate federal forgery charges in which he pleaded guilty previously


By Todd South
Chattanooga Times Free Press

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — A 37-year-old Chattanooga man pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges that he forged the signature of a federal judge while in state prison to try to get out early on parole.

Shaun Steven Kidd now faces as much as five years for the charge on top of separate federal forgery charges in which he pleaded guilty previously, admitting "inducing the misapplication of bank funds" multiple times from August 2008 to February 2009 at a Chattanooga SunTrust bank.

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