Man Living Under Assumed Identity Of U.S. Citizen Found Guilty Of Identity Theft And Social Security Fraud

Acting U.S. Attorney Stephen M. Schenning announced Friday a man living under the assumed name Cheyenne Moody Davis from 1997 was convicted of passport fraud, aggravated identity theft, social security fraud and voter fraud.

Judge And JuryThe man who has not been identified utilized the victim’s identifying information to obtain Maryland identification cards and driver’s licenses. He later obtained a Social Security card, U.S. passport and voter registration card utilizing these documents. He voted in the 2016 Presidential Election utilizing the stolen identity, according to court documents.

The passport fraud charge carries a maximum 10-year prison sentence, Social Security fraud charge carries a 5-year prison sentence and aggravated identity theft a 2-year prison sentence. His sentencing hearing is scheduled for February 23, 2017 at the U.S. District Court in Baltimore.

“John Doe” is approximately 5-feett 8-inches tall, 41-44 years old, with light brown eye. He is known to utilize the pseudonyms “Richie” and “Chris.” Detectives believe John Doe is from the Dominican Republic, Antigua, Barbuda, Jamaica or Haiti, but has a Jamaican accent.

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