Polk County Sheriff's Office officials said they are working to rectify a case of mistaken identity.
Resident Michael Joseph Neely said he received a letter informing him that his license had been suspended because of a felony conviction.
According to the Polk County Sheriff's Office, Neely's information was wrongly attached to another man with the same first and last name.
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"It is hard on you. I mean, when you discover, all the sudden, you are a felon and you have never done anything wrong. That is hard to swallow," Neely said.
Neely said he must sort out his voter information, vehicle registration and car insurance.
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The Polk County Sheriff’s Office said they believe human error is to blame.
"It is just hard to deal with. It really is," Neely said.
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