Carson man admits using someone else’s identification
March 20, 2018
A Carson City man admitted using someone else's identity to avoid being taken in on a warrant.
Peter M. Reinschmidt, 27, is facing up to 1-5 years in prison. Under a plea agreement prosecutors won't opposed probation if he completes a drug treatment program.
Reinschmidt was arrested on Jan. 4, according to court documents.
His attorney said Carson City had dismissed charges there and that he was facing a 180-day sentence in Washoe County.
Because he had quite a bit of time he'd already served, the attorney said he expected him to be available to go to a treatment program after just a few weeks.
He was ordered to return for sentencing on June 11, unless he is still in treatment.
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