Two Texas truckers and a state worker indicted for selling CDLs without taking tests
A federal grand jury indicted three Texas men – two truckers and a state worker – in connection with a scheme to sell commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs) without the drivers having to take the required test, according to a report from the San Antonio Express-News.
“The indictment, which was handed down July 24 in a San Antonio court, said Alonzo Blackman, 62, a commercial driver’s license examiner with the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), took bribes from two truckers – Marino Maury Diaz-Leon, 52, of San Antonio, and Fernando Guardado Vazquez, 40, of Austin.” – According to the article in freightwaves.com and its author Noi Mahoney
The number of fraudulent CDLs issued by Blackman was 215, of which 197 went to Cuban nationals, 11 to U.S. citizens, two to Mexican nationals, and one each to Dominican, Ethiopian, Iraqi, Puerto Rican and Ukranian nationals. – Mahoney also wrote in his article.
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Source and credits: freightwaves.com /and iTrucker / Mario Pawlowski