Charges of failure to pay child support may have been what police went to arrest suspended Putnam, Conn., lawyer Paul Mpande Ngobeni for earlier this month. But now he’s facing additional charges of forgery, larceny and the unauthorized practice of law, as well.

Paul Mpande Ngobeni, a former attorney for the Legal Aid Society of Hartford County, has posted a $5,000 cash bond in connection to the latter charges, but is being held at Hartford Correctional Center on $5,000 bond for his child support matters. Charges against him include one count of third-degree forgery and three counts of larceny in the third-, fourth- and sixth-degrees. He is scheduled to appear in Danielson Superior Court on Oct. 31.

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