Two Florida men plead guilty to faking driver’s licenses

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Two Florida men recently pled guilty to producing fraudulent driver’s licenses, the Department of Transportation Office of the Inspector General said. Levern Cooper and Pierre Angrand pled guilty Sept. 13 in U.S. District Court in Miami to one count each of knowingly and willfully manufacturing and distributing identification documents, DOT-OIG said. Sentencing for both is scheduled for Jan. 17.

DOT-OIG said its investigation, which was conducted jointly with the FBI and the Hollywood (Fla.) Police Department, revealed that Cooper and Angrand counterfeited State of Florida driver’s licenses, commercial driver’s licenses — some with hazardous material endorsements — and identification cards.