Two California DMV Workers Charged With Accepting Bribes In Exchange For CDL’s

(Last Updated On: November 24, 2017)


Two state Department of Motor Vehicle workers have been charged in federal court in Sacramento with taking bribes to alter DMV computer records to provide truck-driving licenses to people who had not passed or, in some cases, not even taken the written or behind-the-wheel driving exams.

The document details an investigation during which undercover agents posing as truck-driving students met with the owners of two Southern California truck-driving schools and agreed to pay to obtain licenses without passing the required tests. The truck driving school owners, identified only as “Broker A” and “Broker B,” subsequently paid off DMV workers to access agency computers in Sacramento and enter passing scores for the would-be truck drivers, court documents say.

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