For Immediate Release
Posted: June 29, 2022

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Amber Lagace, Public Relations & Community Outreach
(603) 223-8434 | Amber.M.Lagace@dos.nh.gov
Trooper First Class Christopher Prenaveau
| Christopher.J.Prenaveau@dos.nh.gov

Man Arrested at the DMV While Attempting to Use Fraudulent Documents to Obtain a Driver’s License

Dimitri Saintvil booking photoManchester, New Hampshire - On June 28, 2022, members of the New Hampshire State Police Troop G – Investigations Unit responded to the Manchester Division of Motor Vehicles after receiving information of an individual attempting to submit fraudulent documents. Upon arrival, Troopers were able to locate the suspect, who identified himself as Dimitri Saintvil, age 34. He was later determined to be a resident of New York.

Investigation revealed that Saintvil, while attempting to obtain a New Hampshire driver’s license presented an altered and fraudulent utility bill as proof of residency. Proof of residency is one of several requirements in the application process.

Saintvil was arrested without incident at the Division of Motor Vehicles and charged with Unsworn Falsification and Tampering with Public Records. He was released on Personal Recognizance bail and will be arraigned in the 9th Circuit Court – District Division – Manchester on August 12, 2022 at 8:00 AM.

The New Hampshire State Police Troop G – Investigations Unit is comprised of Troopers who are assigned to the Division of Motor Vehicles whose primary mission is the investigation of fraud involving DMV processes. They have received specialized training in the detection of fraud and fraudulent documentation and are often called upon for their expertise in this area.

Anyone with information relating to this crime is encouraged to contact Trooper First Class Christopher Prenaveau at Christopher.J.Prenaveau@dos.nh.gov.