MC man arrested after allegedly living under assumed identity for decades

Photo: Joseph Page Todd, aka Kenny Don Fagan

A 60-year-old Marion County man is jailed on a $100,000 bond, after he allegedly spent almost two decades living under an alias north of Summit.
According to Sheriff Clinton Evans, Joseph Page Todd, also known as Kenny Don Fagan, faces six counts of forgery in the second degree, four counts of financial identity fraud and one count of perjury, all of which are Class C felonies. Todd is also charged with two counts of non-financial identity fraud and six counts of fraudulent use of a credit or debit card, both of which are Class D felonies.

An investigation into Todd’s activities began in February, after Marion County investigators were contacted by the Oklahoma Department of Health’s Vital Records Department. The Oklahoma authorities reported they were contacted by a man – later determined to be Todd – identified as Kenny Don Fagan in an attempt to obtain a birth certificate. After performing a records search, the Oklahoma officials discovered a child named Kenny Don Fagan was born on April 25, 1949, but died just 17 days later.The sheriff says Todd came to Marion County in 1995 and had lived under the Kenny Fagan identity ever since. During his time posing as Fagan, he has purchased property and vehicles and has drawn a Social Security check under the child’s identify.

Todd was arrested Thursday by officers from the sheriff’s department assisted by federal agents with the Office of the Inspector General’s Social Security Administration, after serving a warrant at Todd’s residence.

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