MANCHESTER, NH – A Manchester woman was charged with helping another woman apply for a driver’s license with false documentation. Amina Sanchez Marrero, 53, was arrested Monday by New Hampshire State Police based on the following police narrative:
On April 13, 2015, at approximately 3 p.m., New Hampshire State Police Troop G barracks was alerted that a woman attempted to use fake documents to obtain a New Hampshire driver license from the Division of Motor Vehicles in Manchester.
NH State Police Sgt. Andrew Player investigated and determined that the woman with the fake documents was assisted by Marrero.
While speaking to the two women, Sanchez Marrero tried to flee. Sgt. Player attempted to arrest her, but a struggle ensued which allowed the other woman to escape.
Sanchez Marrero was taken into custody at the Division of Motor Vehicles in Manchester and charged with conspiracy to commit unsworn falsification; three counts of conspiracy to commit tampering with public records; disorderly conduct; hindering apprehension; and resisting arrest.
The other woman who fled has not yet been caught by police.
Sanchez Marrero was released on $7,500 personal recognizance bail and will be arraigned in the 9th Circuit – District Division – Manchester Court on June 8, 2015 at 8 a.m.
This was the third time in 11 days that members from New Hampshire State Police – Troop G have responded for fraudulent documents submitted at the Division of Motor Vehicles.
Anyone with information pertaining to this incident is encouraged to contact Sgt. Andrew Player at (603) 223-8778.
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