Schlosser, Fletcher, NC, pleaded guilty last month in U.S. District
Court in Raleigh to lying to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety
Administration in connection with a scheme to falsify commercial
driver's license tests from March to December 1997.
an authorized third-party CDL tester, was the final defendant
in a conspiracy involving Lee Roy and Elmer Searcey. The pair
pleaded guilty in May 2000 to fraudulently using Schlosser's testing
certification number to administer CDL exams, which Schlosser
then signed as though he had administered them.
investigation resulted in North Carolina suspending 67 CDL licenses
and requiring the applicants to take legitimate CDL tests, which