Four people are accused of making and selling fake identification documents in the Dallas area.
Prosecutors on Thursday night announced the arrest of four people at bazaars and flea markets in Garland and Dallas. The items illegally being sold included bogus driver's licenses and Social Security cards.
Investigators said the four face charges of production of a counterfeit Texas identification card. The second-degree felony is punishable by two to 20 years in prison.
Authorities identified the suspects, through a joint federal and state investigation, as foreign nationals. Their home countries were not immediately announced.