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Veteran who faked hero status sentenced to jail

Former East Naples resident Raymond Gauthier, 72, testifies at a probation violation hearing on Tuesday at the Collier County Courthouse where he was convicted of breaking his probation by possessing a forged veteran document in his new Cocoa Beach residence.  Gauthier will now serve 90 days in the Collier County Jail in addition to his previous punishment.

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Former East Naples resident Raymond Gauthier, 72, testifies at a probation violation hearing on Tuesday at the Collier County Courthouse where he was convicted of breaking his probation by possessing a forged veteran document in his new Cocoa Beach residence. Gauthier will now serve 90 days in the Collier County Jail in addition to his previous punishment.

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  • Former East Naples resident Raymond Gauthier, 72, attends a probation violation hearing on Tuesday at the Collier County Courthouse where he was convicted of breaking his probation by possessing a forged veteran document in his new Cocoa Beach residence.  Gauthier will now serve 90 days in the Collier County Jail in addition to his previous punishment.
  • Former East Naples resident Raymond Gauthier, 72, testifies at a probation violation hearing on Tuesday at the Collier County Courthouse where he was convicted of breaking his probation by possessing a forged veteran document in his new Cocoa Beach residence.  Gauthier will now serve 90 days in the Collier County Jail in addition to his previous punishment.
  • A group of local veterans attend the probation violation hearing of former East Naples resident Raymond Gauthier, 72, on Tuesday at the Collier County Courthouse where he was convicted of breaking his probation by possessing a forged veteran document in his new Cocoa Beach residence.  Gauthier will now serve 90 days in the Collier County Jail in addition to his previous punishment.
  • A group of local veterans led by VFW Commander Jay Johns, right, attend the probation violation hearing of former East Naples resident Raymond Gauthier, 72, on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008 at the Collier County Courthouse where he was convicted of breaking his probation by possessing a forged veteran document in his new Cocoa Beach, Fla. residence. Gauthier was sentenced last year for filing false documents with a false list of military achievements and awards to obtain a Prisoner of War Florida license plate.  He will now serve 90 days in the Collier County Jail in addition to his previous punishment.
  • Judge Frederick Hardt presides over a case at the Collier County Courthouse
  • Judge Frederick Hardt presides over the probation violation hearing of former East Naples resident Raymond Gauthier, 72, on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008 at the Collier County Courthouse where he was convicted of breaking his probation by possessing a forged veteran document in his new Cocoa Beach, Fla. residence. Gauthier was sentenced last year for filing false documents with a false list of military achievements and awards to obtain a Prisoner of War Florida license plate.  He will now serve 90 days in the Collier County Jail in addition to his previous punishment.
  • Assistant State Attorney Jerry Brock argued the probation violation of former East Naples resident Raymond Gauthier, 72, on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008 at the Collier County Courthouse where he was convicted of breaking his probation by possessing a forged veteran document in his new Cocoa Beach, Fla. residence. Gauthier was sentenced last year for filing false documents with a false list of military achievements and awards to obtain a Prisoner of War Florida license plate.  He will now serve 90 days in the Collier County Jail in addition to his previous punishment.

Former East Naples resident Raymond Gauthier, 72, was convicted of breaking his probation by possessing a forged veteran document in his new Cocoa Beach residence. Gauthier will now serve 90 days in the Collier County Jail in addition to his previous punishment.

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