Arrests in Baltimore for illegal guns often lead to dropped charges or little jail time

MVA worker sentenced to two years in prison

A document examiner at the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration in Mondawmin Mall was sentenced to two years in federal prison Wednesday for illegally producing identification documents for foreign applicants, according to the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office.

Warren Hall, 48, of Pikesville, was also ordered to forfeit $40,000, prosecutors said. His alleged accomplice, Adalberto Benito Prins, who prosecutors claim acted as a translator and middle man, is a fugitive.

"This type of criminal activity allows dangerous criminals to obscure their identities and cover their tracks," William Winter, Special Agent in Charge of Homeland Security Investigations in Baltimore, said in a statement. "Homeland Security Investigations, along with our law enforcement partners in Maryland, will continue to aggressively target those participating in or facilitating these types of crimes."

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