New Hampshire police say man used false info to get driver's license

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MANCHESTER, N.H. >> New Hampshire state police say they have charged a Massachusetts man with using false information to obtain a driver's license.

State troopers say they stopped 48-year-old Luis Medina of Lawrence, Massachusetts, Friday afternoon in Manchester during an investigation into whether he used false information to obtain a New Hampshire license and motor vehicle registration.

Authorities say Medina claimed to be 49-year-old Miguel Roldan of Manchester.

Troopers and members of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement determined Medina is a native of the Dominican Republic residing in the U.S. illegally.

Medina is charged with multiple counts of tampering with public records, operating after suspension and other counts.

He refused bail and is due in court in Manchester on Monday.

It was not immediately known if he has a lawyer.


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