A Chicago trucker
who was involved in a fatal accident that killed a family of four has pleaded
guilty to fraudulently obtaining his commercial driver’s license.
Nasko Nazov pleaded
guilty of one count of lying to a federal grand jury, admitting to falsely
claiming to have lived in Wisconsin when he applied for his CDL. He was
actually living in suburban Chicago when he obtained the CDL, The Associated
According to the Chicago
Sun-Times, Nazov received his license in 2003. Roughly one year later, his
truck hit a pickup and car on Interstate 81 near Baileyton, IL. The accident
killed Edward and Melissa Armstrong and their two children, Brittany and Edward
Nazov faces up to 16
months in prison for the fraud charge, The AP said. He also faces
reckless homicide charges in Tennessee in connection with the accident.