Sheldon Woman Alleged To Have Immigrated Illegally Arrested On Identity Theft Charge

Date posted - December 20, 2013

Sioux Sheriff Car 84-Hospers, Iowa — A woman living in Sheldon who is alleged to have immigrated to the United States illegally has been arrested on a charge of Identity Theft.

The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Wednesday morning, December 18, they investigated a report of identity theft at Premium Iowa Pork in Hospers.

Upon further investigation, deputies discovered that 22-year-old Elizabeth Marisol Ramirez-Henriquez of Sheldon was using the identity of another person to gain employment at Premium Iowa Pork.

Ramirez-Henriquez was arrested on Thursday, December 19, and charged with Forgery and Identity Theft.

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One Response to “Sheldon Woman Alleged To Have Immigrated Illegally Arrested On Identity Theft Charge”

  1. Jason says:

    Tip of the iceberg over there folks… A testament to our outstanding enforcement of our borders by the Federal Government the past 20 years and their picking and choosing of what laws they wish to enforce.

    And a testament to how great the much vaunted E-Verify system works to ensure a business hires a legal resident. And the business community shrugs their shoulders and counts their money. Life is good… As long as they don’t steal my SSN of course.