Texas Escapee Gets 27-Month Prison Sentence For Identity Theft Of Deceased Child

Acting U.S. Attorney Louis D. Lappen announced Thursday an escapee from a Texas halfway house was sentenced to 27 months in prison for aggravated identity theft and Social Security fraud.

Forty-five-year-old Jon Vincent, aka “Nathan Laskoski,” of Lansdale, Pennsylvania escaped a halfway house in Texas in 1996. To avoid detection, he visited a cemetery, located a tombstone of a deceased child whose birthdate was close to his own. He utilized the birthdate to create a new identity. Vincent subsequently obtained a birth certificate and Social Security number in Nathan Laskoski’s name, according to court documents.

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Vincent utilized the stolen identity to apply for loans, obtain employment, open bank accounts and obtain government identification. A family member of the deceased child discovered the information, which indicated someone was impersonating the decedent, on “Ancestory.com.”

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