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On May 10, 2018 Aziz Akhrorov, a truck driver based in Queens, New York, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court, Brooklyn, New York, to conspiring to unlawfully produce commercial driver’s licenses (CDL). Akhrorov was indicted on January 20, 2017.

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On April 23, Christine Clark, owner of Premium Drug Screening, Shelton, Washington, was sentenced in U.S. District Court, Tacoma, Washington, to 3 years’ probation, a $100 assessment fee, and 100 hours of community service. She will be monitored with an active GPS and restricted to her residence for 270 days. In December 2017, she pleaded guilty to mail fraud related to a scheme to defraud companies that hired her to administer their DOT drug-testing programs.

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On February 2, 2018, the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) suspended and proposed to debar Premium Drug Screening (Premium) of Shelton, Washington, and its owner, Christine Clark. The suspension was based on Clark’s conviction in U.S. District Court, Tacoma, Washington, on December 26, 2017, for mail fraud.

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From: Transit Risk Management

Subject: BOLO / Double Brokering / Identity Theft / T-Chek Scam

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On April 11,2018 Andre Cooper, a third-party commercial driver’s license (CDL) examiner pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court, Jackson, Mississippi, to making false statements. He had accepted cash payments from multiple CDL skills test applicants in lieu of administering the federally mandated test.

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Missing Alerts

A 1995 Freightliner FLD TRACTOR and 1999 Transcraft flatbed trailer went missing May 30, 2018. The load of rebar originated in Houston, Texas. It is believed that the truck and trailer was last seen at a Shell in Hockley, Texas.

The truck is white with a blue “GEC Trucking LLC” sign on it. The company truck number is 1405 and has license plate 1L19560. The trailer is also white/silver flatbed. License plate is 069B103.

Please contact Carolina Velasquez at 817-583-6909 if you have any information.

A 2015 Volvo VNL64TRACTOR and 2016 CIMC Cool Globe R8000 trailer went missing July 7, 2017. The load of potatoes originated in Atlanta, Georgia and was headed to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It is believed that the truck and trailer have been separated with the trailer near Pennsylvania and the truck still in Georgia.

BKNY Transport Inc., has offered a $200 reward for their missing truck and trailer.

The truck is white with a “Ryder” sign on it. The company truck number is 352165 and has Indiana license plates 2562589. The trailer is also white with “COMPASS” sign on the trailer. License plate is from Illinois , 560580.

BKNY last had contact with their driver on July 8, 2017.