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6 New Yorkers charged with using fake IDs

6 New Yorkers charged with using fake IDs Lake County sheriff detectives learned on Wednesday that members of a New York criminal enterprise were trying to make fraudulent purchases at various Apple stores in the Chicago area using fake and stolen IDs and credit card numbers of victims throughout the country, according to a statement from the sheriff office.Sheriff detectives and highway patrol deputies immediately began conducting increased patrols and surveillance at the Apple store…

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‘Smart Cards’ Proposed To Replace Today’s Driver’s Licenses Id Would Have A Chip With A Fingerprint Match

‘Smart Cards’ Proposed To Replace Today’s Driver’s Licenses Id Would Have A Chip With A Fingerprint Match ‘Smart Cards’ Proposed To Replace Today’s Driver’s Licenses Id Would Have A Chip With A Fingerprint Match. State Legislator Says It Would Help Reduce Fraud. June 08, 2000by BRIAN MCDONALD, The Morning Call Hoping to curb identity fraud, a state lawmaker introduced legislation Tuesday that would require the Department of Transportation to replace today’s driver’s licenses with high…

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22 charged with selling fake IDs to illegal immigrants

22 charged with selling fake IDs to illegal immigrants By STEVE SZKOTAKRICHMOND, Va. Twenty two people have been charged with producing more than 15,000 false documents for illegal immigrants in 11 states, including Massachusetts, and protecting their lucrative turf through kidnappings, beatings and the slaying of a rival, officials said Thursday. The ring operated in 19 cities and generated more than $1 million over less than two years selling Social Security cards, driver’s licenses and…

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Articles about Identification Cards

Articles about Identification Cards Dominicans in Puerto Rico to get identification cards May 4, 2005 SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico The Dominican Consulate plans to issue identification cards to Dominican nationals living in Puerto Rico, similar to the ones issued by Mexican consulates in the United States, a diplomat said Tuesday. The consulate wants the cards to be recognized as valid IDs by police, banks, check cashing institutions and possibly the Department of Motor Vehicles, Dominican…

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