A fourth defendant has been sentenced in connection with the fake ID ring that was based in a house on Rugby Road. 20-year-old Michael Delrio of Edison, New Jersey man has been sentenced to two months in jail. Delrio was one of four suspects arrested in May 2013 after federal agents (pictured) discovered a ring that produced fake driver’s licenses. Prosecutors say DelRio was paid $15,000 to come up with a website to push the fake IDs. The website never got off the ground. Delrio will also be under house arrest for four months when he gets out of jail.
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