A second Kansas University fraternity member found himself this week in Douglas County District Court for allegedly making and selling fake driver's licenses.
John Jay Pickard appeared in court on a summons and is free on $2,500 bond.
The 20-year-old is accused of dealing in false IDs from April 1 to 18 at the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity, 1100 Ind.
Police on April 1 found a patron at Jayhawk Cafe consuming alcoholic beverages bought with a fake driver's license and said they later traced the ID to Pickard.
Armed with a search warrant, police seized ID manufacturing equipment and at least a dozen nearly completed fake driver's licenses.
Pickard is next scheduled to appear in court on June 23.
Daniel Sailler, 19, appeared in court Monday for the same crime, which is a felony.
Sailler, scheduled to appear Wednesday in court, is pursuing a diversion agreement, his attorney said. He allegedly ran a fake ID operation out of his room at the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.
Police say they discovered that operation in January while responding to a burglary call.
In both cases, fraternity leaders have said that the defendants were acting alone and that the fraternities did not condone the operations.
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