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Fullerton DMV worker gets 4 years in prison for taking bribes
FULLERTON, Calif. (KABC) -- A Fullerton DMV worker will spend four years in prison for taking bribes in exchange for illegal drivers' permits.
Michelle Carbajal, 38, pleaded guilty to accepting more than $23,000 from 14 different people to alter records showing they passed the written and driving tests.
Carbajal then issued them permits, which allowed them to drive big-rigs and other commercial vehicles.
The individuals were referred to her through a third party. The investigation began when Carbajal's supervisor became suspicious and reported her.
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