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PCSO: Man in US illegally gets access to Davis-Monthan AFB

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Mario Bustamante Mario Bustamante
CASA GRANDE, Ariz. -

A man in the US illegally was able to gain access to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base through fake documents, according to Pinal County sheriff's office.

A deputy stopped an SUV on I-10 for a traffic violation on Dec. 26.

The driver of the vehicle gave the deputy an Arizona identification card under the name Armando Villalobos.

After the man's name was put through a license status and warrant check, deputies say a "no license" status came up and there was a felony warrant for his arrest in Texas.

The warrant showed Villalobos had five tattoos and gave descriptions for them, but when the deputy asked the man if he would show him his tattoos, he said he didn't have any.

Deputies say the man eventually admitted he was in the US illegally and was really 37-year-old Mario Bustamante.

Bustamante allegedly told a detective he works for Briston Construction in Mesa, which was contracted by Davis-Monthan Air Force Base to complete work.

According to Bustamante, he had security clearance through the military to work on the base using the name "Armando Villalobos."  

Deputies say Bustamante used the fake name on an Arizona I. D., a social Security Card, a Bank Card and his vehicle registration.
 
Bustamante was arrested and booked into the Pinal County Jail for taking or using the identity of another person and possession of a forged device.

An immigration hold will also be placed on him.

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