Posted: Jun 16, 2012 12:00 PM
PHOENIX (AP) - Six people have been taken into custody after the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office raided from an auto-parts business in Phoenix.
The Arizona Republic reports the raid followed reports that employees of Auto Fit Inc. were using forged documents for employment.
Authorities say four people were suspected of using fake Social Security numbers, one belonging to a dead person. Officials said another was taken in custody for a warrant
During the investigation, the business owner was taken into custody on suspicion of attacking a television camera man covering the raid.
The Sheriff's Office have done 60 previous raids, arresting 633 people.
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