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Florida woman used stolen identity for 15 years, obtained nearly $40,000 worth of food stamps: DOJ
Fox 35 Orlando
KISSIMMEE, Fla. - A Kissimmee woman was sentenced to federal prison after stealing someone's identity shortly after she left Puerto Rico back in 2008, the Department of Justice said.
Nilda Medina-Veguilla, 38, is headed to prison for 31 months for passport fraud, identity theft, and food stamp fraud.
According to the DOJ, Medina-Veguilla left Puerto Rico in 2008 after a warrant was issued for her arrest for counterfeit and illegal appropriation charges.