Honduran Man Sentenced for Identity Theft
United States Attorney Deborah R. Gilg announced that Walter Guardado-Nataren, 26, of Honduras, was sentenced in Omaha today by United States District Judge Joseph F. Bataillon, to serve 7 months in prison, for identity theft, in violation of federal law.
On March 29, 2010, illegal alien Walter Guardado-Nataren gained employment at Sub Zero Transportation, 4429 North 23rd Plaza, Omaha, NE, by completing employment application materials in the name of a Minnesota citizen. Based on an identity theft complaint with the Federal Trade Commission, on July 15, 2011, Homeland Security Investigations arrested Guardado at his worksite. While conducting an inventory of Guardado's personal property, agents located a fraudulent Permanent Resident Alien Card on Guardado's person in the name of the Minnesotan, with Guardado's picture affixed. Agents also located a Republica De Honduras Identification Document in the name of Walter Jacobo Guardado-Nataren on Guardado's person, with Guardado's picture affixed.
This case was investigated by the Homeland Security Investigations.