Mexican Woman Sentenced for Identity Theft
United States Attorney Deborah R. Gilg announced that Yuridia Crisanto-Angelito, 28, of Mexico, was sentenced in Omaha today by United States District Judge Laurie Smith Camp, to “time served”, (approximately one month), following her conviction for Identity Theft.
Using the name of a Colorado citizen, Yuridia Crisanto-Angelito applied for work at Nebraska Beef on August 11, 2009. As means of identification, she presented a Nebraska state ID Card and a social security card bearing the name of the same Colorado victim. In January 2011, Homeland Security Investigation agents identified several people employed by Nebraska Beef whose names were associated with Federal Trade Commission identity theft complaints, including one from the Colorado victim. On May 3, 2011, HSI agents went to Nebraska Beef and arrested several individuals, including Crisanto. In her purse were 3 Nebraska Beef pay stubs in the name of the Colorado victim, as well as 2 Mexican documents in the name of Crisanto. Her fingerprints were run through different databases, and it was determined she was
voluntarily returned to Mexico in 2004 in Arizona.
This case was investigated by Homeland Security Investigations.