On March 6, 2011, I wrote about Timothy Rodger O'Neil, a man who had been living under a deceased person's identity for at least eight years. O'Neil's new mother-in-law discovered that O'Neil wasn't the man he claimed to be when trying to put together his family tree. When searching on Ancestry.com, she discovered that the man she was seeking died in 1982.
Today, O'Neil was sentenced to 9 months in jail for the felony of unauthorized use of another person's identifying information.
You can read more in my earlier article at http://goo.gl/v7XT1 and then read today's update in the Bakersfield.com web site at http://goo.gl/KWqPv.
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