Story at a glance
- A bar owner in Clemonts, Calif., was arrested for creating and selling fake vaccine passports.
- The man, Todd Anderson, was charging $20 per vaccination card.
- He has been charged with identity theft, forging government documents and falsifying medical records.
A bar owner in Clemonts, Calif., has been arrested for creating and selling phony vaccination cards.
According to prosecutors, the owner of the Old Corner Saloon, Todd Anderson, was charged after he sold the fake vaccine passports to undercover officers multiple times for $20 each.
At the time of his arrest, officers found Anderson “in possession of a number of other unfilled out COVID-19 vaccination cards, a laminating machine, laminate and several other cards that were finished,” Luke Blehm of California’s Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, told the New York Post.
Anderson — who has been charged with identity theft, forging government documents and falsifying medical records — could have his bar’s license suspended or revoked.
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