Texas Man’s Life Destroyed by Illegal Alien Sex Offender Who Stole His Identity
“An illegal alien with a long criminal history, including being a registered sex offender, has pleaded guilty to identity theft bringing an end to a long, painful era for the person whose identity he stole.
Imagine if every time you had to apply for a job, a background check revealed you were a drug dealing sex offender and you had to prove that you were not. Your name, date of birth, Social Security number, parents’ names, etc., all match with the criminal record. Getting or keeping a job would be a very difficult task.
This is what life has been like for the past twenty years for 46-year-old Marcus Cavillo, a Texas man living in Grand Prairie, Texas. On Monday, Fernando Neave-Ceniceros pleaded guilty to using the identity of Cavillo over the past two decades. Neave’s criminal history was all recorded under the false identity that he stole because he did not want to be deported for being an illegal alien from Mexico, Assistant U.S. Attorney (AUSA) Brent Anderson told Breitbart Texas in a phone interview on Tuesday.
“This is absolutely one of the worst identity theft cases I have ever seen,” said the 25-year veteran prosecutor. He said the impact on the real Cavillo’s life has been horrific.
The criminal history of the fake Cavillo, began at age 17 in 1993 in Ford County, Kansas, when Neave was arrested and convicted on drug trafficking charges. Six years later he was convicted again on a misdemeanor count of battery and the felony charge of indecent liberties with a child under the age of 16 but over the age of 14.
In 2004 and 2008, he was convicted for failing to register as a sex offender. He was next convicted in 2009 for the sale of opiates and in 2010 for bribery. He has been in the Kansas prison system since that time.
All of these crimes are reported under the name of Marcus Cavillo.
After fighting the identity theft issues for years, the real Marcus Cavillo contacted the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Kansas for help after he read about an identity theft case involving a Houston teacher, Candida Gutierrez, Associated Press reporter Roxana Hegeman wrote,published by the Claims Journal’s in 2015. That case also involved a person living in Kansas, Benita Cardona-Golzalez, Breitbart News reported in 2013. While Gutierrez’ identity theft case made the Texas school teacher’s life difficult, it only involved credit related issues. The Cavillo case marked an innocent man as a sex offender.
That effort paid off and on Monday, Neave pleaded guilty to stealing Cavillo’s identity.
The real Cavillo has been unable to keep a job over the years since Neave’s crimes began. The sex offender charge and status has been particularly damaging to the man who was guilty of nothing. While working as a cable installer, Cavillo was fired with no notice. When he asked why, he was told “You know what you did,” the Associated Press reported. The theft of his identity made him a victim. It made it difficult to keep a job, support his children, or even pay his bills.”
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