Man pleads guilty to using fake name to gain access to Portsmouth Naval Shipyard
KITTERY, Maine — A Massachusetts man has pleaded guilty to using a false name and Social Security number to get into the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.
According to the Portland Press Herald, authorities say Luis Medina used a false name and Social Security number to gain access to the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery while working for an asbestos abatement contractor.
Medina pleaded guilty on Wednesday to providing a false document to a government agency, Social Security fraud and aggravated identity theft.
He faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine on the false document and Social Security fraud charges and a mandatory consecutive two-year sentence on the aggravated identity theft charge.