by: Tom Regan Updated:
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. - Forsyth County investigators tell Channel 2 Action
News an idenfication theft and fradulent check cashing ring used the names of dead people to create bogus driver's licenses to cash illegal checks that they created with computer software.
Hall told Channel 2's Tom
Authorities arrested eight people from Forsyth and Gwinnett counties after a routine traffic stop in Forsyth
Investigators say ring members cashed as much as
"Every ID we found, with the exception of one, was a former mug
Authorities say the group, which included two women, committed the crimes to bankroll drug habits.
"None of them had jobs. This was the way they were making their living. We recovered large amounts of meth in the search warrant and traffic
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