A 19-year-old Nashua resident has been charged with selling fake New Hampshire driver licenses that were so detailed they even included a Real ID-compliant symbol, according to New Hampshire State Police.
Police arrested Kareem Mohamed Abdelaziz on Tuesday, according to a statement from Troop G’s investigations unit.
Abdelaziz faces two counts of manufacture, sale and possession of false IDs, both Class B felonies that carry a minimum prison sentence of 3 1/2 years and a $4,000 fine.
Police allege that orders for the licenses were solicited online.
Anyone with information about the case can contact Trooper Richard Perreault at 223-8977. Troop G investigators specialize in enforcement of Division of Motor Vehicle laws and regulations.