HARRISBURG (AP) – A former PennDOT employee is accused of charging immigrants up to $350 to help them pass the knowledge test so they could ultimately obtain driver’s licenses. 66-year-old Angelo Carrion said he was trying to help them. State Police said Carrion was charged with 17 felony counts of bribery in official matters and other felony and misdemeanor counts. Police say everyone in the investigation was legally in the country and eligible to receive driver’s licenses. Carrion was employed at two driver’s license centers in Lancaster County where he worked as a driver’s license examiner assistant starting in 2019. He resigned in April after an internal investigation found irregularities with 268 license or ID cards that Carrion allegedly handled Carrion said he plans to plead no contest to the charges and is waiting to see if he qualifies for a public defender.