New Jersey Attorney General Peter Harvey announced that an Essex County man has reportedly pleaded guilty to selling fictitious Motor Vehicle Commission documents to an undercover State Investigator assigned to the Division of Criminal Justice – Office of Insurance Fraud Prosecutor.
According to Vaughn McKoy, Director, Division of Criminal Justice, and Insurance Fraud Prosecutor Greta Gooden Brown, Boyd Robinson, of Newark, pleaded guilty before Essex County Superior Court Judge Michael Ravin to the sale of simulated documents. As a result of the guilty plea, Robinson faces up to five years in state prison and a fine of up to $15,000. Robinson is scheduled to be sentenced on Jan 9, 2004.
At the Oct. 17 guilty plea hearing, Robinson reportedly admitted that from July through August, 2001, he sold a fictitious automobile insurance identification card purportedly issued by State Farm Indemnity Company and a fictitious New Jersey driver’s license to an undercover state investigator from the Division of Criminal Justice – Office of Insurance Fraud Prosecutor.
Robinson was indicted by a State Grand Jury on July 15 on charges of simulating a motor vehicle insurance ID card, sale of a simulated document, and forgery.
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