Man arrested on charges of forging high-quality ID, Social Security cards




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A Milton man has been arrested on charges of forging high-quality ID and Social Security cards.

An Agent from the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement recently received a report that a person in the Georgetown area was manufacturing the cards at his residence. 

These cards were reported to be of identical design to those being issued by the Delaware Department of Motor Vehicles.

Agents later identified Pascual V. Perez-Domingo of Shady Rest Lane in Milton as a suspect after an undercover purchase of the cards.

On May 5th,, agents executed a search warrant at Perez-Domingo’s residence.

Several pieces of computer equipment and dozens of Social Security cards and official-looking fictitious identification cards from multiple states including Delaware, Ohio, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Texas, and California were seized.

Perez-Domingo was arrested for the Unlawful Manufacturing of Identification Cards and Possession of Forgery Devices, both of which are felonies.

In addition, Yolanda Perez-Lopez was charged with Hindering Prosecution when she attempted to conceal evidence that was recovered inside of the residence. 

Perez-Domingo was jailed in lieu of $4,000 secured bail. 

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