STATE TO UNVEIL INDICTMENTS AGAINST MOTOR VEHICLE CLERKS

The New Jersey Attorney General will hold a press conference Tuesday morning to announce that 40 people have been charged with the production of black market drivers licenses in the Garden State.  The office confirms that a half dozen of those indicted are clerks who work in the state’s Motor Vehicle Commission offices in northern New Jersey.  These black market rings fraudulently sold driver’s licenses to unauthorized persons for thousands of dollars.  State Police will also appear at today’s press conference.

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