Three Charlottesville residents who sold fake IDs to thousands of college students across the country pleaded guilty to federal charges Wednesday.
Armando Gonzalez-Medina was sentenced Friday in federal court in Richmond for racketeering and conspiracy to produce false identification documents.
A former member of a multistate fraudulent document ring who was convicted in the slaying of a rival fake ID seller in Arkansas was sentenced Friday in Virginia to two consecutive life terms in federal prison.
A former member of a major fake ID ring faces a mandatory life prison term for kidnapping and killing a competitor.
The leader of a violent, multistate fake-identification ring has been sentenced to 25 years in federal prison.