According to court documents, in the 1990s while living in
, Thompson purchased the identity of "C.B.," to include C.B.'s Social Security number. C.B. is a deceased infant who died at approximately three months of age. Thompson purchased the personal identification information and a copy of C.B.'s birth certificate from C.B.'s mother. Baltimore, Maryland
Between April 1998 and June 2009, in
, Thompson used the personal identification information of C.B., including C.B.'s Social Security number to obtain approximately 12 different Duval County driver's licenses and identification cards in the identity of C.B. On Florida July 8, 2005, Thompson entered the Social Security Administration office located at 3733 University Boulevard West in . Using C.B.'s Social Security number, Thompson applied for and subsequently received a replacement Social Security card in the name of C.B. In early 2010 Thompson met with law enforcement and stated in substance that he had been living under the assumed identity of C.B., had obtained numerous Jacksonville driver's licenses and identification cards in the name of C.B., and also had obtained a Social Security card in C.B.'s name. Florida
This case was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation; Social Security Administration, Office of the Inspector General, Office of Investigations; Coast Guard Investigative Services; Florida Department of Law Enforcement; and Florida Highway Patrol, Bureau of Investigations. It is being prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Kevin C. Frein.