Avoca man charged in stolen property case
AVOCA -- A man once convicted of impersonating a fireman in California is accused of receiving stolen property that belonged to the Avoca Fire and Rescue Department. The felony-level charge, filed Monday in Murray County District Court, comes with a maximum penalty of five years incarceration and/or a fine of up to $10,000.
Josh Michael DeGuara, 31, of Avoca, was convicted of impersonating a fireman in Sacramento County, Calif., in 1996. He moved to Minnesota several years ago.
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