(LAS VEGAS, KXNT)–The woman recently arrested on charges she forged a marriage certificate claiming she was married to a race car driver now faces an additional charge–possessing drug paraphernalia.
Police say they found a glass pipe with Allison Lear on May 25th.
Lear, a former employee of the Las Vegas Township Constable’s office–hired just days after police issued an arrest warrant for her–is charged with theft and forgery. Authorities say she forged a marriage certificate claiming she had married race driver Alexander Djordjevic just days before he died in a car accident in Story County in June 2010. She is also accused of selling off hundreds of thousands of dollars in expensive cars, a gun collection and other valuables that Djordjevic kept in storage.
The driver’s family said Lear’s claims blocked them from learning details of Djordjevic’s death and arrangements in the wake of his death.
Investigators would eventually learn that a minister who’s name appeared on the marriage certificate claimed he never performed a wedding ceremony. The family said they knew of no marriage. Djordjevic’s father said his son was with him on the very day Lear claimed the two were married.
Lear, 39, is the granddaughter of the inventor of Lear jets, Bill Lear.