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Two charged with forgery after providing fake urine samples

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Two people have been charged with forgery and possession of a forging instrument after they provided fake urine samples to probation and parole officers. 

Nicholas Jones was accused of using a "whizzinator" to supply the fake urine sample in Boone County on Jan. 10. 

According to the probable cause statement, the officer assigned to watch Jones give his urine sample noticed that his male genitalia looked fake. 

Officers said Jones eventually took off the device and gave it to law enforcement. 

Christina Jensen was also accused of having an item filled with urine in Cooper County on Monday. 

According to the probable cause statement, the officer assigned to watch Jensen give her urine sample asked her to pull down her pants, squat down and cough twice. 

Jensen was accused of removing something from her genitalia and wrapping it up in a paper towel. She claimed it was a tampon but officers observed an item that was filled with urine. 

 


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