Men and women were arrested after more than 230 fake driveout tags were found at Fraser’s home, according to Memphis police.


Men and women were arrested for creating over 230 fake driveout tags for profit.

On June 29, the Memphis Police Department (MPD) received information from the Shelby County Fugitive Task Force about a residence in 1400 blocks of Churchwood Lane with a fraudulent driveout tag.

When police arrived, they were at home and were later identified as Erica Sanders and Corey Walton.

MPD was found while searching in the bedroom

  • I have two printers in my bedroom and there is a fake tag around the printers

  • Laminator for laminating counterfeit tags

  • Pink HP computer for creating tags

  • Keltec rifle

  • 9mm pistol with 30 live rounds

  • Marijuana baggage

  • Two digital scales

  • You can hide

Two printers were also found in the closet, police said.

Both Sanders and Walton have admitted to creating fake tags to make a profit.

According to the affidavit, about 236 fake tags were found throughout the house.

Both Sanders and Walton were arrested.

Erica Sanders was charged with 236 charges of forging ownership, assignments, or plate evidence and illegally carrying or possessing weapons.

Cory Walton has 236 cases of forgery of ownership, assignment, or plate evidence, illegal carrying or possession of weapons, possession of controlled drugs, and possession of large-scale drug-related equipment, and possession of drug-related equipment hideouts. Was charged with two charges.

According to court documents, Walton has two domestic violence warrants against Sanders.

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