by Nick Delgado
Guam - The Chicago Tribune reports that two former driving test examiners allegedly took bribes to pass unqualified drivers. Christopher Wardlaw and Alanda Jackson are accused of giving passing results to drivers who either failed the road test or never took it.
Prosecutors told the newspaper that drivers had what appeared to be authentic Chinese passports and Social Security Numbers from Guam or other Pacific territories. The Tribute reports that the charges are connected to an investigation of a crime ring accused of selling fake documents in Chicago's Chinatown.