GREENBELT, Md. - A Riverdale man has pleaded guilty to producing and selling driver's licenses to those who had not passed the required tests.
Twenty-nine-year-old Michael Anthony Peters Jr. entered the plea Friday. He agreed to pay restitution of $12,000 and will be sentenced on Dec. 18.
According to his plea agreement, Peters worked for the Motor Vehicle Administration in Largo. In 2007. Peters admitted to receiving about $300 as a bribe for each non-commercial driver's license and $400 as a bribe for each commercial driver's license he issued to people who had not completed the required tests. Many of the people were in the U.S. illegally.
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