Kissimmee man sentenced to 3 years for passport fraud, identity theft

A 44-year-old Kissimmee man was sentenced to three years in federal prison for committing passport fraud and aggravated identity theft.

Milton Guillermo Segarra-Bartolomei was sentenced on Thursday, November 3, by U.S. District Judge Wendy W. Berger to spend three years in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release, after he pled guilty earlier this year on June 28.

According to court records, Segarra-Bartolomei assumed a stolen identity, used it to obtain a U.S. Passport, and applied for his minor son’s passport with the identity.

Segarra-Bartolomei assumed the stolen identity to avoid arrest in Puerto Rico, where a warrant had been issued for his arrest in reference to an attempted murder that happened in 2006.

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