Fifth Co-Defendant Pleads Guilty in St. Joseph ID Fraud Scheme

Fifth Co-Defendant Pleads Guilty in St. Joseph ID Fraud Scheme

Pedro Pablo-Solis, 28, a Guatemalan national, pleaded guilty Monday to aggravated identity theft.
(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) Another suspect in the identity fraud scheme based out of St. Joseph admits to his role in the conspiracy.

Pedro Pablo-Solis, 28, a Guatemalan national, pleaded guilty Monday to aggravated identity theft.

Pablo-Solis is the last of five co-defendants to plead guilty in the case.

He helped more than 100 illegal immigrants obtain driver's and non-driver's licenses through the St. Joseph license office during a two-year period starting in 2010.

He was responsible for getting the genuine Social Security card and birth certificates used in the scheme.

Pablo-Solis faces a mandatory two years in prison and a fine up to $250,000 when he is sentenced.
Page: [[$index + 1]]
comments powered by Disqus