SANTA FE (KRQE) - Santa Fe County owes a man $70,000 for his wrongfully arrest.
John Day, an attorney for Anthony Ortiz., says a Rio Rancho police officer arrested his client in 2009 an arrest warrant that was out for someone with the same name.
The attorney also says the warrant originally lacked a Social Security number and that a secretary inserted Ortiz's number after finding it on a log of an unrelated 911 call he made several years prior.
The county settled with Ortiz.
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