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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 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.


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