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Suspect from Honduras allegedly used stolen ID to apply for Murfreesboro job

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A 20-year old man from Honduras was arrested by Murfreesboro police on three counts of ID theft. WGNS' Rafferty Cleary has more...



[Verbatim:] Kenny Harvin Santos allegedly applied for a job at a pallet and crating company using a social security card and a permanent residence card that did not belong to him. A permanent residency card refers to a person's immigration status: the holder of the card is authorized to live and work in the United States of America on a permanent basis.

The social security card that Santos allegedly used to apply for the Murfreesboro job with belonged to someone else. During a police interview in Murfreesboro, where a Department of Homeland Security Agent was present, Santos claimed that he bought the social security card and the permanent resident card for $60 each. The culprit reportedly took the job application a step further and filled out and signed a W-4 statement, which resulted in the third charge of identify theft.

The suspect, who currently lives in Antioch, will have to appear in a Rutherford County courtroom on March 6. 

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