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[The Civil Guard investigates a driver for the crime of document falsification of the ITV sticker, in Mazarr n (23/12/2020)

| On the RM-332 highway (Cartagena- Carretera Lorca- guilas) | The vehicle had a sticker in force until December 2020 when in fact it had the ITV expired for more than five years Proceedings have been instructed as the alleged perpetrator of the crime of document falsification, for the use of a false certificate He is also attributed the presumed authorship of driving without a license due to loss of points The Civil Guard of the Region of Murcia has investigated the driver of a passenger car, involved in a traffic accident that occurred on the RM-332 road (Cartagena- Carretera Lorca- guilas), municipality of Mazarr n, as the alleged perpetrator of the crime of document falsification for using a false ITV sticker on his vehicle.

He is also attributed the alleged perpetrator of the crime of driving without a license due to loss of points.

The events took place when a team of Attestated Reports and Reports, from the Lorca Traffic Detachment, traveled to kilometer 33,500 of the RM-332 highway (Cartagena-Carretera Lorca- guilas), municipal district of Mazarr n to instruct proceedings on the occasion of a traffic accident.

An all-terrain vehicle and a motorcycle were involved in the accident, with the fatal outcome of the death of the motorcyclist.

After collecting the evidence to carry out the investigation, the agents verified the documentation of the vehicles and found out that the all-terrain vehicle had the Technical Vehicle Inspection (ITV).

) expired since 2015.

However, the car showed, attached to the upper right corner of the windshield, the distinctive V-9 with an expiration date in December of this year.

The investigation carried out below made it possible to find out that, presumably, the driver was aware of the false use of the ITV seal, since, in addition to affixing a distinctive that corresponded to a different vehicle, the sticker had been manipulated since the circle for the month of December (XII) had been cut to cover the one that initially bore the improperly used badge (August VIII).

Similarly, the civil guards found that he lacked a driving license due to loss of points, for which he was investigated as the alleged perpetrator of the crime of falsification of documents and for lacking authorization to drive after having lost his license.

all the points of your permit and have not completed the road awareness and re-education course required.

The investigated person male, 57 years old, Spanish and resident of Mazarr n, and the proceedings instructed were sent to the Court of Instruction number 2 of Totana (Murcia).

Crime of documentary falsification In this sense, a recent judgment of the Second Chamber of the Supreme Court, of June 25, 2020, establishes that placing the ITV sticker on the windshield of a vehicle that has not passed the periodic technical inspection dica is a criminal conduct typified in the Penal Code and punishable by a fine of three to six months.

Third case so far this year This is the third case, so far this year, detected by the Traffic Sector of the Civil Guard of the Murcia Region due to the use of the false ITV sticker.

Investigated the owner of a damaged car at kilometer 116 of the A-30 highway (Albacete-Cartagena), municipality of Archena, for having placed an ITV badge on the windshield of the vehicle in force that did not correspond to him.

Investigated the driver of a van intercepted at an alcohol and drug verification point located at kilometer 0'000 of the RM-425 highway (Yecla Villena), municipal district of Yecla, for having been placed in the windshield a valid ITV badge that does not correspond to the vehicle.

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Source: Ministerio del Interior

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