Forging the certificate of registration of passenger cars, 2 subjects were prosecuted

On March 11, the Investigation Police Agency, Hoa Vang District Police, Da Nang City issued a decision to prosecute the case. prosecute The accused against Nguyen Van Manh (32 years old, residing in Ngu Loc commune, Hau Loc district, Thanh Hoa province) and Nguyen Duc Cuong (47 years old, residing in District 12, Ho Chi Minh City) to investigate the crime “Forging sealsdocuments of agencies and organizations”.

Here are 2 placed objects fake inspection certificate technical safety and environmental protection of 2 passenger cars, detected by functional forces.

In December 2021, Ms. Mai Thi Phuong, resident of Vung Tau city, Ba Ria-Vung Tau province bought a passenger car with license plate number 50F-007.43 from a person in Phu Cat district, Binh Dinh province.

After that, Ms. Phuong gave the car to Nguyen Van Manh to manage and run the passenger transport business.

On October 17, 2022, this vehicle’s registration expired. At the same time, the vehicle registration was being tightened, so Manh had the intention to make a fake registration certificate so that the passenger car could continue to operate.

Nguyen Duc Cuong and a set of fake papers of the bus BKS 30Z-7879.

Strengthen social networking sites to find and order “orders” by providing the vehicle’s phone number, photo of the registration certificate, inspection stamp and expired road use fee stamp of the vehicle. 2 million in costs.

About 2 days later, Manh received fake registration papers of the passenger car with plate number 50F-007.43 valid until May 1, 2023, including: Certificate of technical safety and environmental protection; stamps for technical safety and environmental protection and stamps for payment of road use fees.

Receiving fake documents, Manh affixed the inspection stamp, the road use fee payment stamp on the car and used the registration certificate for the car and hired Mr. Nguyen Van Dung (41 years old, residing in Thanh Hoa province) to drive for him. .

On January 2, 2023, Nguyen Van Dung was driving a passenger car from Vung Tau city to Hanoi, when the car was traveling on the Da Nang – Quang Ngai highway, it was stopped by the Task Group of Room 8, the Traffic Police Department. traffic, the Ministry of Public Security stopped the vehicle for inspection.

Here, the functional forces discovered the certificate of technical safety and environmental protection provided by the driver Dung had signs of suspicion of counterfeiting. Through the investigation, realizing that there were signs of violation, the Hoa Vang District Police Investigation Police Department initiated a case and prosecuted the accused against Nguyen Van Manh for the act of “Forging seals and documents of agencies and organizations”.

Similar to the case of Nguyen Van Manh, due to the expiration of the passenger car’s certificate of technical safety and environmental protection, on December 28, 2022, Nguyen Duc Cuong, resident of District 12, Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City also looks for “services” to fake car papers to continue circulating.

Through research, Cuong was introduced to meet a person who specializes in forging documents named Thanh in Binh Tan district, Ho Chi Minh City. Cuong gave Thanh the old certificate of technical safety and environmental protection (valid until December 28, 2022) and 3 million VND. One day later, Cuong received all fake registration papers valid until May 2, 2023.

On January 3, 2023, Cuong hired a driver to drive a passenger car to accompany him to transport goods and passengers on the route from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi. When the vehicle was traveling on the Da Nang – Quang Ngai highway (the section passing through Hoa Tien commune, Hoa Vang district, Da Nang city), the vehicle was stopped by the Working Group of Room 8, the Traffic Police Department – the Ministry of Public Security. Investigate and detect violations, make a record, and transfer the file to Hoa Vang Police for investigation.

Through inspection, the authorities determined that all registration papers and inspection stamps related to passenger cars were fake.

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