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The Civil Guard stops / investigates in Jumilla four minors for falsifying their DNI (20/05/2019)

One of them, allegedly, modified with a computer program the date of birth of the ID to simulate being of legal age

The investigation continues open to clarify if there are more children who have made this illegal practice

The Civil Guard of the Region of Murcia has developed the operation 'Denis', an investigation framed in the 'Master Plan for the Coexistence and Improvement of School Safety' and aimed at clarifying the illicit use of the forged National Identity Document by several minors in Jumilla, which resulted in the arrest of a minor and the investigation of three others as alleged perpetrators of the crime of forgery of a public document.

The actions began at the beginning of the year as a result of the existence of certain social alarm detected among certain members of the educational community of Jumilla, teachers and parents, who had observed the presence of minors in venues such as gaming halls, discotheques and others where , because of their age, they are prohibited from accessing.

In addition to verifying the facts, the practice of disruptive behavior by groups of minors was also verified, which made them stay in the suburbs and little trafficked areas of the town, where they apparently consumed alcoholic beverages that they had previously acquired in an improper way.

It was also detected that some minors left their schools without parental permission, exhibiting a DNI in their name with the modified date of birth, leading to error over their age of majority.

Some parents and because of the talks that have been periodically taught in schools framed in the 'Master Plan for the Coexistence and Improvement of School Safety', moved to the Civil Guard their concern and amazement at the significant increase in alcohol consumption by minors, as well as the assiduity and ease that many minors accessed public places where they are prohibited from entering.

The development of the operation 'Denis', carried out by the Civil Guard to verify and clarify the facts, has been settled so far with the detention of a minor as alleged perpetrator of the crime of falsification of a public document.

Using the new technologies and using a computer program, the now arrested allegedly used a digitized photograph of the front of his ID card and modified the last digits of the year of birth that would allow him to prove that he was of age.

For this purpose it used exactly the same size and thickness of the modified digits, in order to be undetectable to the naked eye.

The digitized and already modified photograph, in some cases, was printed in color on paper and placed between the mobile phone and the protective cover on its back, which was transparent, giving the unequivocal impression that it was an original DNI.

In other cases they simply showed that color scanned image, which was in the image gallery of the mobile terminal.

As a result of the investigation, in addition to the one arrested, the Civil Guards have investigated three other minors, who have been instructed to act as alleged perpetrators of a forgery of a public document, since they allegedly used modified identity documents. to identify yourself.

These documents have been intervened.

The Civil Guard reminds that the National Identity Document is public and of personal and non-transferable use, issued by the Ministry of the Interior and with which the identity of its holder and the Spanish nationality of the same is proved.

It is, therefore, a complete proof of the identity of the owner and alter it in any way involves the commission of a crime.

Those arrested / investigated, the effects seized and the proceedings carried out have been made available to the Public Prosecutor for Minors of Murcia.

Source: Ministerio del Interior

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