NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — A South Carolina woman is accused of forging a tax document to secure an alcohol license for a now-cancelled “Bacon and Bourbon” event, according to the state's tax agency.

On Thursday, South Carolina Department of Revenue agents arrested Connie Denise Boles, 64, of Mt. Pleasant, who is charged with forgery and furnishing a false tax document.

According to a Department of Revenue news release, Boles worked for the marketing firm that managed the event and submitted an an application for a liquor license and a special event business license.

Authorities said Boles committed forgery by folding, pasting and copying documents to make it look like the documents were approved and signed by North Charleston's police chief. Those documents were then delivered to the revenue department.

If convicted, Boles faces up to three years in prison for forgery and up to one year, or a $5,000 fine, for furnishing a false tax documents.

The “Bacon and Bourbon” event, which was scheduled for last month, was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.