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An Illinois man was arrested after he allegedly gave police a false name, in spite of the fact that his real name is tattooed on the back of his neck.
Matthew Bushman, 36, and probably gave a fake ID and date of birth of the officers of the Mattoon Police Department, which did research on it to be a forgery, on Sept. 8.
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Matt Bushman, a 36-year-old, and his name is tattooed on the back of his neck, allegedly gave police a false name.
(Mattoon Police Department)
The authorities wrote on Facebook on Tuesday that the Bushman, or “Matty B,” as his tattoo states — had a warrant out for his arrest in Peoria County; and, therefore, he lied about his name.
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He was arrested on Oct. 11, for obstructing justice, police said. He was recorded in the Coles County Jail.