An Ohio woman charged with three felonies for processing hundreds of identification cards for illegal immigrants allegedly made some of the cards for several people who used them to work at Cargill Meat Solutions plant in Dayton, Va, according to a news story.
Nekeia Mack-Fuller, 31, of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, is charged with aggravated identity fraud and two conspiracy charges.
Mack-Fuller is one of eight charged in the case.
Christina Cheatham, 25, of Columbus, Ohio, was called as a witness for the prosecution and said the Eastside License Agency helped about 700 people get IDs in Ohio. Cheatham also is implicated in the fake ID spree.