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Son of Arizona governor cited for use of fake ID

A son of Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is scheduled to appear in court after being arrested on suspicion of using a fake ID to get into a bar.

Joseph Ducey was arrested earlier this month outside a Scottsdale bar.

The 19-year-old was cited and released.

He’s scheduled to appear in Scottsdale City Court on Jan. 15.

Doug Ducey said Thursday his son would not receive any special treatment and will face the same legal consequences as anyone else.

According to police records, Joseph Ducey had a forged South Carolina driver’s license.

The report also says Ducey smelled of an intoxicant.

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