Guilty plea in fake ID factory

A Woodburn man pleaded guilty Tuesday to participating in a conspiracy that produced more than 10,000 fraudulent government identification cards, including driver’s licenses from Oregon and more than 25 other states, U.S. Social Security cards, false immigration records, birth certificates, marriage licenses and vehicle titles.

Miguel Merecias-Lopez, 24, and unidentified conspirators worked out of a secret photo lab in Woodburn, using digital cameras, computers, scanners, laminators and a high-resolution printer to produce bogus documents that they sold and distributed in Oregon and mailed across the United States, according to Assistant U.S. Attorney Peter Sax.
-Don in Oregon

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4 Responses to Guilty plea in fake ID factory

  1. crazyeighter says:

    String him up.

  2. Bert says:

    Owned and operated by Barry Sotero?

  3. Cederq says:

    Woodburn, the mexican capital of Oregon. I lived just 12 miles north of there. It doesn’t surprise me.

  4. Rowland says:

    “An honest and hardworking people…..”

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