Toms River Man Pleads Guilty In DMV Case

(Photo: Courtesy Office of the Attorney General)

NEW JERSEY – A Toms River man was received two years’ probation and 100 hours of community service after pleading guilty to third-degree tampering with public records in connection to Department of Motor Vehicle case tried in Bergen County.

The New Jersey State Attorney General’s office said Mark Hingtston, 55, was a private security guard at the Lodi MVC agency. He obtained a commercial driver’s license with an endorsement after a MVC clerk entered passing written exam scores for him.

That clerk, Rodman Lora, 39, of Ridgewood, New York, was sentenced to state prison for charges of conspiracy, computer criminal activity, and tampering with public records.