Mar 23, 2016 1:21 PM
MANCHESTER - Police arrested a man at the Division of Motor Vehicles in Manchester for allegedly providing a false identity in order to renew his driver's license Tuesday morning.
A man who identified himself as Saul Hiraldo Collazo, 27 of Jaffrey, has been accused of using fraudulent documents to receive a New Hampshire driver license.
Police discovered that Collazo had used a false address, and that he had also provided false information about his identity and residence when applying for his original license in 2011.
Collazo has refused bail and was held pending his arraignment on Wednesday morning.
Police are still working to ascertain his true identity and are asking anyone with information to contact trooper James O’Leary at 223-8778.
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