A Texas minister and an associate are accused of selling fake identification documents to illegal immigrants, MyFoxDallas-Fort Worth reports.
A federal grand jury has indicted Felipe DeJesus Coronel Pacheco and Luis Angel Tovar Cisneros on charges of conspiracy to defraud the government and manufacturing counterfeit permanent-resident cards.
The pair were arrested Dec. 16 in an undercover investigation and remain in custody. Coronel is also charged with making a false statement to immigration officers and Tovar is accused of being in the U.S. illegally and is being held without bond.
Coronel served at Ministerios Epicentro Donde Nace La Bendicion in Austin.