World A network of driving license fraud dismantled between Toulouse, the Paris region and the Jura

06:32  02 december  2022
06:32  02 december  2022 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

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the criminals delivered against remuneration of false certificates of success in the examination of the Highway Code. Ten people were indicted, four of which were imprisoned.

  Un réseau de fraude au permis de conduire démantelé entre Toulouse, la région parisienne et le Jura © provided by Franceinfo

The border police in Toulouse has just dismantled a traffic fraud sector between Toulouse, the Paris region and the Jura, reports Thursday December 1 France Bleu Occitanie . The network provided successful attestations to the theoretical high traffic code to foreigners. These documents allowed them to pass the unaccompanied permit.

Ten people were indicted Tuesday, November 22 by the Toulouse prosecutor's office. These are six French people and four Turks arrested and then indicted for "irregular stay assistance", "aggravated whitening", "false and use of false" and "fraudulent obtaining of administrative document". Four of them are imprisoned, the others are free but placed under judicial supervision.

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A driving school instructor questioned

The survey started last year. Several Toulouse driving license inspectors were surprised then to assess more and more candidates who did not speak and not understanding French when they had obtained their highway code shortly before. The latter therefore brought information back to the prefecture.

A driving school instructor in Toulouse ended up being identified as the one who presented these non-French-speaking candidates on the exam. The survey has shown that he proposed code certificates to his customers that he was billing up to 1,500 euros. The instructor did not work alone, he was helped by partners in the Paris region and in the Jura.

During the searches, the investigators seized 25,000 euros in cash and valuables (jewelry and cars). The fraudulent codes in the Paris region have been closed or are being closed.

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