After giving false information to authorities and forging a public document, a man faces deportation to his home country of Mongolia.
On Monday, Barterdene Batjargal was sentenced to 10 years in prison with eight months suspended.
According to Warren County court records, Batjargal was arrested in May 2018 on counts of rape and identity theft. In November, the rape charge was dropped but the jury found him guilty of identity theft when he lied to police about who he was before the arrest.
Batjargal’s potential deportation remains in the hands of ICE.