Carbajal marked in the records of the 14 individuals who had passed both the written and driving tests to obtain a commercial license. Carbajal's actions endangered public safety, as some of these tests were safety-related including proper use of specialized brakes, proper pulling of double trailers, the ability to drive semi-trucks and other commercial vehicles, among other skills. None of the 14 individuals had passed any of the tests.
In some instances, Carbajal altered the records on one day and in other cases altered the records on multiple days. After altering the records to falsely represent that the tests had been passed, Carbajal issued commercial licenses to the 14 individuals.
In all, the 14 purchasers paid $23,700. It is unclear as of now how much Carbajal fraudulently accepted and how much was paid to the unidentified third party/parties.