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Unidentified Identity Theft/Fraud Suspects
FHP Is Requesting Your Help In Obtaining The True Identity Of These Suspects

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FHP Most Wanted - Alvarado
Obtained Fraudulent ID in the name of Jesus Eduardo Alvarado
FHP Most Wanted - Fabrega
Obtained Fraudulent DL in the name of Silvio Fabrega
FHP Most Wanted - Moran
Obtained Fraudulent DL in the name of Gabriel Eduardo Moran
FHP Most Wanted - Olaya
Obtained Fraudulent DL in the name of Luis Carlos Marin Olaya
FHP Most Wanted - Paolini
Obtained Fraudulent ID in the name of Angel Paolini
 
FHP Most Wanted - Sanchez
Obtained Fraudulent DL in the name of Macario Edilson Sanchez
FHP Most Wanted - Santi-Cornea
Obtained Fraudulent DL in the name of Joselo Berto Santi-Cornea
FHP Most Wanted - Tobar
Obtained Fraudulent DL in the name of Edilton Tobar
FHP Most Wanted - Garcia
Obtained Fraudulent ID in the name of Leticio Itzelo Telleria Garcia
FHP Most Wanted - Vega
Obtained Fraudulent DL in the name of Valerio Vega


If you can identify any of these subjects, please contact Captain Alexa Hancock with the Florida Highway Patrol - Commander, Criminal Research and Investigative Support Services

Phone: (850) 617-2323,
or Email: AlexaHancock@flhsmv.gov
reference Case # 03-99-00214-01



What to do!

Identity theft has become the fastest growing crime in the United States. Identity theft is a crime in which an imposter uses personal information ( Social Security number, birth date or drivers license) to secure credit cards, loans and merchandise. This type of theft can affect your ability to get credit and cause arrest warrants to be listed under your name. The following are suggestions to lessen the risk:

  1. Destroy papers you don't need such as credit-card and ATM receipts, checks or deposit slips, health insurance benefit statements, any check stubs, tax records. Buy a shredder and use it. Thieves go through your trash.
  2. Guard your social Security number. Never give it out unless it is absolutely necessary.
  3. Check your credit report once a year. Investigate any accounts you didn't apply for directly.
  4. Block your name from marketing lists and remove it from pre-approved offers of credit.
  5. Guard your personal information. Don't carry anything you don't need, including extra credit cards, Social Security cards or birth certificates. Cancel credit cards you no longer use.
  6. Keep confidential information in a locked area.
  7. Use caution when buying merchandise on the internet or over the phone, especially if you did not initiate the call. Beware of scam artists who say you've won a valuable prize or qualify for a credit card but ask you to verify your Social Security number first. Never give your Social Security number or personal information over the phone.

The Florida Highway Patrol, Bureau of Investigations investigates identity theft which involves the use of Florida Drivers Licenses. The Florida Highway Patrol needs your help identifying these imposters. These individuals have assumed the Identity of another by the use of a Florida Drivers License. If you can provide the true name of these imposters please contact Captain Alexa Hancock with the Florida Highway Patrol Bureau of Investigations reference Case # 03-99-00214-01:

Phone: (850) 617-2323
Email: AlexaHancock@flhsmv.gov

YOU MAY REMAIN ANONYMOUS,
WE JUST NEED THE INFORMATION

 


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