Man charged with using someone else’s personal info to get driver’s license in North Bergen


A man has been charged with using someone else’s personal info to get a driver’s license from the North Bergen Motor Vehicle Commission, Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez announced.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

Yesterday, members of the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Public Integrity Special Investigations Unit arrested Williams Morocho-Avila, 46, of Newark, Suarez said in a statement.

Morocho-Avila was arrested without incident at the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office in Secaucus. He has been charged on a complaint-summons with using the personal identifying information of another tampering with public records or information.

His first court appearance is currently scheduled for Tuesday, June 13th in Central Judicial Processing Court in Jersey City.

On December 13th, 2022, Morocho-Avila obtained a non-driver identification card and basic driver examination permit at the South Plainfield MVC.

An investigation by the NJMVC revealed that on November 13th, 2021 a driver’s license was obtained by Morocho-Avila at the North Bergen MVC under a different name.

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