Four individuals arrested by Garda in Driver Theory Test scam

Four individuals arrested by Garda in Driver Theory Test scam

The Garda National Economic Crime Bureau has arrested individuals as part of its campaign to tackle the issue of fake learner licenses. This investigation is ongoing.

Garda in Dublin has taken four individuals into custody, alleging that they were involved in a driver theory test scam.

Garda has apprehended several individuals in connection with the driver theory test scam.

Allegedly, some people had received a hefty sum of money to take the exam on behalf of others. This has allowed people to get a learner's permit without actually taking the necessary tests.

An Garda Siochana has arrested four people - three men and one woman - for their investigation. The suspects are currently in custody at various Garda stations within Dublin city centre.

Four people have been apprehended by the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau as part of their investigation into fraudulent provisional driving licenses. This was confirmed by a Garda spokesperson.

Four people have been detained at Dublin City Centre Garda Stations under the Criminal Justice Act 2007, with two in their 20s and one in their 30s, as well as a woman aged 40.

Four individuals were apprehended in Dublin 15 on Wednesday morning in connection to a possible scam. The investigation is still ongoing.