N.C.DMV License and Theft Bureau Inspectors Arrest Two for Manufacturing Counterfeit Government Documents Wednesday, October 03, 2012

Arrests Made Monday in Charlotte

 

RALEIGH — NCDMV License and Theft Bureau inspectors arrested two Charlotte residents Monday afternoon, Oct. 1, and charged them with eight felonies and seven misdemeanors involving the manufacture of counterfeit government documents.

 

The arrests were made following a two-month investigation into a suspected document lab at 420 Milburn Court. DMV inspectors along with federal agents from the Department of Homeland Security arrested Ingrid Ramirez Ayala, 18, and Isacc Perez Guzman, 27, at the residence. Each was charged with three counts of common law forgery, two counts of manufacturing a counterfeit government identification card, and one count each of manufacturing a counterfeit driver license and sale of a counterfeit driver license. Ayala was also charged with resisting arrest.

 

The suspects are in custody at the Mecklenburg County jail under $27,500 secured bond each. They are also both being held on Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainers.

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