All Sections

Home | Crime

State Police: Man lied twice trying to get N.H. driver's license

February 09. 2018 8:37PM

State police are attempting to ID a man who has twice tried to fraudulently obtain driver's license. 

CONCORD — New Hampshire State Police are asking for the public’s help to identify a man who twice in the past three years has used fraudulent documents to try and get a New Hampshire driver’s license.

Staff with the Division of Motor Vehicles in Concord alerted troopers Thursday morning at 10:15 that someone identifying himself as Javier Guzman, 29, of Salem, was trying to reinstate a suspended New Hampshire driver’s license.

The man was taken into custody without incident and charged with false swearing and tampering with public records.

He was arraigned Thursday in the 6th Circuit Court Concord District Division, refused bail and was brought to the Merrimack County House of Corrections.

State Police officials said the man is the same person who had used that same name and address to try and fraudulently get a driver’s license here back in 2015.

At that time, state police officials said the person was identified as Jairo Nunez, 29, of Lawrence, Mass.

Anyone who recognizes this individual and may have information regarding his true identity is asked to contact Trooper James O’Leary at 223-8778.

General News Manchester

More Headlines