Hartford man faked positive COVID test to avoid court


FROM WTNH

A Hartford man was charged with illegally fabricating a positive COVID-19 test result to avoid appearing before a Superior Court judge

Junior Jumpp of Hartford was charged with one count of forgery in the second degree and one count of fabricating physical evidence, according to the Connecticut Division of Criminal Justice.

Jumpp was out on bond following his arrest in connection with a number of criminal cases pending in the New Britain Judicial District.

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