Two state employees for the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles were arrested on Friday . . . for taking bribes to let people skip the line at the DMV.
21-year-old Alyson McFerrin of Spartanburg, South Carolina and 25-year-old Anna Seay of Moore, South Carolina were busted for taking bribes to help a couple of people skip the line.
A 42-year-old guy named Robbie Biershenk from Boiling Springs, South Carolina paid Alyson so he could avoid having to repeatedly wait in line to transfer a bunch of vehicle titles into his name. She also changed the sale prices so he could avoid a fee.
Anna also took a bribe so a person wouldn’t have to wait in line to transfer a mobile home into their name.
Alyson, Anna, and Robbie are all charged with bribing a public official and influencing the action of a public employee.