Two New Jersey Men Were Charged For Cheating Eye Vision Test To Have A Driver’s License

A man who took an eye test in favor to a man who wants to have a driver’s license is facing several charges as well as the man who supposed to take the said test.

The two men in New Jersey were accused of the act of impersonation at the office of Motor Vehicle Commission.

One of the two New Jersey men tried to take the vision test so that the other man will be able to have a driver’s license.

The two men were identified as Preston Jones, a 35 years of age man from Millville, and Rodney Gibson, a 51 years of age man from Vineland.

They are both facing the charges of tampering with public records, criminal attempt, conspiracy, criminal imitation and pronouncing a forged tool. Preston Jones was also charged with using the personal identifying information of another person.

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