Police: Three men arrested after being found with fake social security cards

Javier Maldonado, 31, Juan Maldonado-Andablo, 19, and Antonio Martinez-Barron, 33. (Odessa Police Department)

ODESSA -- Three men have been arrested in Odessa after police say they were all found with fraudulent government records.

Javier Maldonado, 31, has been charged with Tampering with a Government Record, a 3rd Degree Felony, Fraudulent Use or Possession of Identifying Information, a State Jail Felony, and Public Intoxication, a Class C Misdemeanor.

Juan Maldonado-Andablo, 19, has been charged with Tampering with a Government Record, a 3rd Degree Felony, and Public Intoxication, a Class C Misdemeanor.

Antonio Martinez-Barron, 33, has been charged with Tampering with a Government Record, a 3rd Degree Felony, and Fraudulent Use or Possession of Identifying Information, a State Jail Felony.

On Sunday officers with the Odessa Police Department made a traffic stop on a Chevrolet Silverado with an expired registration.

The driver of the vehicle allegedly gave a false name before being identified as Martinez-Barron. The two passengers in the truck were identified as Maldonado and Maldonado-Andablo. Police say that both of the passengers were intoxicated.

A search found that Martinez-Barron was in possession of a fake Texas Driver's License and a fake social security card. Maldonado-Andablo was found to be in possession of a fake social security card and a fake permanent residence card. Maldonado was found with a fake social security card and an Alabama ID with someone's else photo.

All three men were then charged and arrested accordingly.