And some want to make the useless matricula consular a valid I.D. to make it easier for them to hide.
Man sentenced to prison for sexual abuse
By Steve Card
Of the News-Times
A Lincoln City man was sentenced to prison recently after being convicted on a charge of sexual abuse. Cesar Rodriguez-Castillo, 26, was found guilty July 7 by a 12-member jury on a charge of Sexual Abuse I.
That jury found Rodriguez-Castillo not guilty on seven other counts of Sexual Abuse I, on two counts of Sexual Penetration with a Foreign Object II, and on one count of private indecency.
According to court records, Rodriguez-Castillo was convicted for sexually assaulting a female relative who was less than 14 years old during the time the abuse occurred.
When Rodriguez-Castillo was arrested by police in February on the sexual assault charges, he presented identification - a Social Security card and a resident alien card - that turned out to be forged. Rodriguez-Castillo later admitted to police that the documents had been faked and were obtained for work purposes.
In a separate case, Rodriguez-Castillo was convicted on two counts of Possession of a Forged Instrument I.
Rodriguez-Castillo appeared for sentencing on July 29 before Lincoln County Circuit Court Judge Charles Littlehales.
On the conviction for Sexual Assault I, he was sentenced to 75 months (six years three months) in prison, with 10 years of post-prison supervision. He will be given credit for time already served in the Lincoln County Jail.
Rodriguez-Castillo was also ordered to submit to a DNA blood draw and an HIV blood test, and he will be required to register as a sex offender after he is released from prison.
On the convictions for Possession of a Forged Instrument I, Rodriguez-Castillo was sentenced to 18 months probation. Rodriguez-Castillo's attorney was Paul Reim.