INDICTMENTS ANNOUNCED IN MOTOR VEHICLE COMMISSION RING

Forty people from New Jersey have been formally indicted on charges they participated in a ring that allowed bogus digital drivers licenses to be sold at Motor Vehicle Commission offices throughout the northern part of the state.  Attorney General Paula Dow confirmed that six former MVC clerks are among the 40 individuals who were charged in today’s indictment.  Those indicted have been charged with conspiracy, official misconduct, and other offenses.  Some of the illegal drivers licenses wound up in the hands of foreign nationals.

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