Brownsville Authorities Looking for Woman Wanted for Identity Theft
BROWNSVILLE – Authorities are looking for a woman they say is using stolen identities to register purchased vehicles.
Brownsville detectives, along with other state law enforcement agencies, raided a used car dealership off of Paredes Line Road.
The owner, Maria Felipa Trevino, is wanted on charges of identity theft, forgery of signatures and tampering with government records.
"The auto theft task force agents were able to find out that the owner of the business had falsified documents and used the victims personal information to register vehicles under their name,” says Brownsville Police Public Information Officer, Melissa Gonzalez.
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