The state of Minnesota has found nearly 24,000 possible cases of fraud involving driver's licenses issued in the state, Fox Minneapolis reports. A facial recognition scan of the state's 11 million photo database found nearly 1.3 million duplicates.
"There was about 23,000 records that we think are a good chance of being fraud," (Doug Neville, communications director for the Minnesota Department of Public Safety) said.
23,705 cases of possible fraud to be exact.
People like Pedro Chavez, aka Jose Cisneros, or Carlos Santiago, or Antonia Ledesma — four separate Minnesota driver's licenses.
Detectives say the Albert Lea man was illegally collecting welfare for a decade, using real Minnesota driver's licenses obtained with phony documents. He was convicted of forgery, and deported.