The Traffic Police in Burgos arrested 69-year-old man, L.V.U. accused of falsifying an official document; i.e., forgery.
The woman, 18, and the man, 20, stand accused of swindling a well-known charity organisation using false banking documents.
The suspects allegedly charged up to 3,000 euros for a pass mark in the theory test, even though many of the pupils could neither read nor write.
… On the contrary, some gold stays in the dark! The Guardia Civil in Maracena arrested a gold dealer – in one of these prolific ‘we-buy-your-gold’ establishments – for allegedly forging purchase contracts.
The Policía Nacional have arrested three Romanians in La Herradura as alleged members of a forgery network, dealing in forged bank notes and identity documents.
The Public Prosecutor is recommending a jail sentence for a female ex-teacher who allegedly forged examination results so that six of her students failed.
After arresting and charging 29 people in the province of Jaen for manipulating speed-limiters on mopeds,the Guardia came across a forged stamp on somebody’s car documents.