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Department of Justice
U.S. Attorney’s Office
Eastern District of North Carolina

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Four Aliens Indicted on Illegal Reentry Charges, False Representation of a Social Security Account Number, False Claim of Citizenship, and Aggravated Identity Theft

RALEIGH – Robert J. Higdon, Jr., United States Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina, announces that a federal grand jury in Raleigh has returned indictments charging ALEXIS REYES-IGLESIAS, age 24, of Mexico, ANTONIO DUQUE CAMACHO, age 46, of Mexico, and SANTIAGO MALDONADO-JAIMEZ, age 42, of Mexico, each with Illegal Reentry of a Deported Alien.   

Additionally, a federal grand jury in Raleigh has returned an indictment charging MIGUEL RAIMUNDO RODRIGUEZ, age 45, of Cuba, with False Representation of a Social Security Account Number, False Claim of United States Citizenship with Intent to Obtain a State Benefit and Service, and Aggravated Identity Theft.

If convicted of Illegal Reentry of a Deported Alien, REYES-IGLESIAS, found in Wake County, would face maximum penalties of 2 years’ imprisonment, a $250,000 fine, and a term of supervised release following any term of imprisonment.

If convicted of Illegal Reentry Subsequent to a Felony Conviction (trafficking cocaine), DUQUE CAMACHO, found in Harnett County, would face a maximum penalties of 10 years’ imprisonment, a $250,000 fine, and a term of supervised release following any term of imprisonment.

If convicted of Illegal Reentry Subsequent to an Aggravated Felony (indecent liberties with a child), MALDONADO-JAIMEZ, found in Wake County, would face maximum penalties of 20 years’ imprisonment, a $250,000 fine, and a term of supervised release following any term of imprisonment.

If convicted of False Representation of a Social Security Account Number, False Claim of United States Citizenship with Intent to Obtain a State Benefit and Service, and Aggravated Identity Theft, RAIMUNDO RODRIGUEZ, found in Cumberland County, would face maximum penalties of 12 years’ imprisonment, a $250,000 fine, and a term of supervised release following any term of imprisonment.

The charges and allegations contained in the indictments are merely accusations.  The defendants are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law. 

The cases are being investigated by ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations and Homeland Security Investigations.

Topic(s): 
Immigration
Updated June 6, 2018