2 Charged for Using Fake Insurance Cards
UPDATE (11/20): A duo facing felony charges for tampering with governmental records operated a notary public business, according to officials.
Cameron County Tax Assessor-Collector Tony Yzaguirre says Diana Garza and Francisco Montes attempted to obtain several vehicle temporary license plates from the office.
That's when a staff member noticed the pair were using the same insurance policy number for all the temporary plates.
Yzaguirre says with a closer look, they realized the documents were false and called the police right away.
The Brownsville Police Department says their investigation on the duo continues.
BROWNSVILLE – Two people are jailed accused of using fake insurance cards to obtain temporary license plates.
Francisco Monte faces six counts of tampering with a governmental record. A second suspect, Diana Garza, faces 10 counts of the same charge.
Both are being held on a $30,000 bond and $50,000 bond, respectively.
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