A S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles employee was arrested in York County this week after authorities say he made fake IDs for two 18-year-olds.
Zackery Williams of 298 Shiloh Road, York, was arrested Thursday and charged with two counts of forgery, according to a news release from the State Law Enforcement Division.
Williams is accused of making fake IDs for Jeffrey Sigmon Jr. of York and Matthew Stewart of Fort Mill, according to arrest warrants. The IDs listed different names for the teens and showed they were over the age of 21, the warrants stated.
Both Sigmon and Stewart were arrested Thursday on charges of forgery, providing fictitious information for an identification card from the DMV and fraudulent application for a license, according to the SLED release.
See Saturday's Herald for details.