Camden Man Arrested And Charged With Making Fake Green Cards
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CAMDEN, NJ (CBS) – A Camden man has been charged with making fake green cards.
Authorities in Camden say Domingo Luna, a/k/a “Morro,” 33, was arrested by special agents of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on Dec. 12, 2013 after it came to their attention that he was producing and selling false U.S. Social Security cards, permanent residence cards and driver’s licenses from a location in Camden.
“Morro,” a Mexican citizen who is not in the country legally, also reportedly sold undercover officers two fake social security cards, a fraudulent permanent residence card and a Pa. driver’s license.
Police later found evidence in his home that suggested a sophisticated fraudulent document-making operation, including computer equipment, a digital camera, a laminating machine and at least 25 fake cards.
Luna has been charged with one count of making fake identification documents and one count of producing counterfeit permanent resident, or “green” cards. If convicted, he faces up 10-15 years in prison.