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The District raked in $31 million in parking ticket fines from October to January, putting the city on track to break its previous annual revenue collection records for at least the second fiscal year in a row, according to a report issued Monday by AAA Mid-Atlantic.
FBI agents yesterday raided the Georgetown branch of the D.C. Department of Motor Vehicles, arresting five persons, including one employee thought to be involved with selling illegal driver's licenses.
Lucinda M. Babers, director of the D.C. Department of Motor Vehicles, said Monday the revenue figures are not exact because of outstanding tickets being paid off through the city's ticket amnesty program, which has ended but still has motorists making installments through July.
Ms. Babers said the program has already collected about $5 million.