Virginia Man Pleads Guilty To Scheme To Provide Fake Maryland Driver’s Licenses To Applicants

A Virginia man pled guilty to a federal charge related to a scheme to provide fake Maryland driver’s licenses to applicants who paid a fee. Warner Portillo, 34, of Manassas, Virginia, pled guilty to conspiracy to produce and transfer identification documents without lawful authority, specifically Maryland driver’s licenses. According to his plea agreement, from at least July 2015 through March 2016, Portillo conspired with two employees of the MVA who worked in the Largo branch office, to produce and transfer Maryland driver’s licenses without lawful authority…