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Texas man’s life ruined for 20 years after an illegal immigrant sex offender stole his identity – and the thief will serve only one year in prison

From Daily Mail
By James Wilkinson For Dailymail.com | Published: 09:55 EST, 3 May 2016 | Updated: 16:11 EST, 3 May 2016
A Texas man whose life was destroyed when a sex offender stole his identity hopes he will be able to rebuild his world now the thief has pleaded guilty to misusing his Social Security number.

Marcus Calvillo, 46, was only a teen when illegal immigrant Fernando Neave-Ceniceros, now 41, stole his Social Security number to hide his own identity and lack of illegal status.

Over the next 20-plus years Neave-Ceniceros would go on to commit crimes, including sex offenses with young teens, under Calvillo’s name – ruining his life in the process. But the thief will likely only receive a year and a day in prison, The Dallas Morning News reported.
Victim: Marcus Calvillo, 46, of Texas, had his identity stolen when he was just a teen. Over the next 20 years he was accused of a series of crimes, including sex offenses against a minor, rendering him unemployable

Neave-Ceniceros was a teenager when he stole Calvillo’s Social Security number to hide the fact that he’d entered the US illegally from Mexico.

He was later fingerprinted under that false identity, tying the hapless Grand Prairie man to Neave-Ceniceros’s criminal record for the next 20-plus years.
Thief: Fernando Neave-Ceniceros, 41, from Mexico, stole Calvillo’s name in order to hide the fact that he was living illegally in the U.S. He has now pleaded guilty to identity theft, but is expected to serve just one year
Calvillo was unaware until, still a teen, he was wrongly accused of writing bad checks. Then he was told he hadn’t paid parking tickets that he had never received.

It was only when he was in his twenties that he made a clerk at a temporary employment agency tell him why they wouldn’t hire him and discovered he had developed a criminal record, he told the Statesman.

‘I almost broke down,’ the father of six recalled. ‘Oh, my God! This is why I couldn’t get this job.’

Over the years he watched in horror as his criminal record expanded to include incidents of indecent liberties with a child, bribery and drug offenses – making him all but unemployable.

Even when he had jobs, they didn’t last for long – he told The Dallas Morning News how he was fired from his job as a cable installer, on being told ‘You know what you did.’

And things got worse.
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