The Kent County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a forgery complaint involving the actions of a Caledonia attorney, according to a media release.
The sheriff’s office received a complaint in September alleging that Attorney Timothy David Vandenberg, from Caledonia, had served several documents that were allegedly forged and presented as authentic court documents to litigants, the release said.
Vandenberg is accused of forging documents relating to parenting time and divorce cases. These documents were then fraudulently presented as legitimate court orders.
The Kent County Prosecutor’s Office issued a warrant for Felony Forgery on Vandenberg on Oct. 12.
He has been arrested and arraigned in 63rd District Court and is free on bond. The investigation is ongoing.
Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact the sheriff’s office or Silent Observer.