Oct 27, 2016 1:09 PM

Woman arrested for fleeing NH police at Manchester DMV in 2015 after giving fake ID


MANCHESTER — A woman who fled from the Division of Motor Vehicles when N.H. State Police arrived in 2015 was arrested for using false identity and resisting arrest on Wednesday.

Lillian Zapata, 51, of the Dominican Republic, was claiming to be Marisol Ramires-Rivera, 43, of Manchester, originally from Puerto Rico. When State Police arrived, Zapata fled, meanwhile her friend, Amina Sanchez-Marrero, was taken into custody.

Members of the State Police became aware of the location of Zapata during a separate investigation regarding another person using a false identity. State Police arrested Zapata on three counts tampering with public record, two counts unsworn falsification, and two counts resisting arrest.

Zapata was arraigned in Manchester on Thursday and is being held on $20,000 cash bail. She is scheduled to appear in court on November 28 at 8:30 a.m.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Trooper O’Leary or Staff Sargent Andrew Player at (603) 223-8778.

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