Brewster code enforcer accused of selling NY licenses
The village of Brewster’s code enforcer, a police officer until 2008, is accused of selling New York driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants for a high price.
Marcela Rojas and Rob Ryser have the story today on LoHud.com. State police said they learned of the scheme from immigrants who bought the licenses. Robert Serino is facing felony grand larceny charges.
As an officer in 2008, he raised an alarm about ID cards that were being sold to immigrants even though they had no official validity. “What we want to get out is that the information on these cards cannot be trusted,” he said at the time.