Colorado Man Pleads Guilty to Making False Statements to Collect Supplemental Security Income

Monday, December 5, 2011
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Hubert B. Aguirre Sr., 57, of Parker, pled guilty on Nov. 29 to making a false statement under oath in relation to a bankruptcy case, U.S. Attorney John F. Walsh, IRS Criminal Investigation Special Agent in Charge Sean P. Sowards, and Social Security Administration Office of the Inspector General Special Agent in Charge Wilbert M. Craig announced.

Aguirre Sr. entered his guilty plea before Chief U.S. District Court Judge Wiley Y. Daniel. The defendant is scheduled to be sentenced by Chief Judge Daniel on March 26, 2012 at 1:30 p.m. The Chief Judge deferred acceptance of the plea agreement until the sentencing hearing.

 Aguirre Sr. was charged by information on Oct. 4. Aguirre Sr.’s son, Hubert B. Aguirre, Jr. was charged by Information on April 14 for similar charges in making a false statement under oath in relation to bankruptcy case. Aguirre, Jr. pled guilty on Aug. 24 and was sentenced on Nov. 23 to serve 5 years probation by U.S. District Court Judge John L. Kane.