The FBI/Cherokee Safe Streets Task and the Cherokee Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigation Division made the bust on Wednesday morning at a house on Alexander Street in Canton.
The search warrant was issued as a result of follow-up investigations related to the June 2 bust of a Woodstock apartment. Counterfeit driver's licenses, social security cards, and Resident Alien cards were being produced in the apartment.
The four men arrested on Wednesday in Canton are suspected as being a part of the same counterfeiting organization.
Computers, printers, $400 in cash and counterfeit documents were taken from the home. Also located at the address were letters from the Social Security Administration mailed to the Alexander Street address that indicates some of the numbers on the counterfeit cards belong to actual U.S. citizens, according to the sheriff's office.
Arrested at the location were: Virginio Josue Jeronimo-Mejia, 23; Edilzar David Jeronimo-Diaz, 34; Marcos Juan Baltazar-Pedro, 32; and Sebastian Simon-Manuel, 32. All four live at the Canton address and were charged multiple counts of second-degree forgery.
Diaz received an additional charge of driving without a license.
All four suspects remain in custody at the Cherokee Adult Detention Center.