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Crime Hawaii Couple, Who Were Photographed in KGB Uniforms, Arrested After Allegedly Stealing IDs of 2 Dead Infants

12:22  01 august  2022
12:22  01 august  2022 Source:   people.com

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AP/Shutterstock Walter Glenn Primrose and Gwynn Darle Morrison © Provided by People AP/Shutterstock Walter Glenn Primrose and Gwynn Darle Morrison

Federal authorities have arrested a U.S. defense contractor and his wife after it was allegedly discovered that the pair lived for decades under the identities of two dead Texas children.

PEOPLE obtained a copy of the criminal complaint charging Walter Glenn Primrose and Gwynn Darle Morrison with identity theft and conspiring against the government.

The pair, who are in their 60s, were arrested on Friday on the island of Oahu.

The criminal complaint alleges Primrose and Morrison have lived as Bobby Edward Fort and Julie Lyn Montague for three decades.

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The real Bobby Edward Fort died of asphyxia in Dallas in 1967, while Montague died in 1968 in Burnet.

The criminal complaint alleges that Primrose and Morrison assumed the dead children's identities to obtain state documents in 1987 and social security numbers later that same year. In 1988, the couple remarried under their new names.

The complaint further alleges that Primrose fraudulently enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard in 1994 as Bobby Fort, and served with the branch for two decades. In 2016, Primrose began working for an unnamed U.S. defense contractor.

According to the complaint, the couple used the names to obtain numerous passports and driver's licenses. Primrose was even issued Department of Defense credentials as Bobby Fort.

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A July 25 motion features photographs of the couple wearing uniforms from the KGB, the former Soviet Union spy agency.

Megan Kau, the attorney representing Morrison, told the Associated Press the photos were taken as a joke.

"She wants everyone to know she's not a spy," Kau said, adding that Primrose and her client lived as law-abiding citizens for decades. "This has all been blown way out of proportion. It's government overreaching."

AP/Shutterstock Walter Glenn Primrose and Gwynn Darle Morrison in KGB uniforms © Provided by People AP/Shutterstock Walter Glenn Primrose and Gwynn Darle Morrison in KGB uniforms

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The court filings make no mention of why the couple allegedly took on the names of the dead children.

John Montague, the now 91-year-old father of Julie Lyn Montague, told the AP he was stunned to discover someone had been living under her name.

"I still can't believe it happened," Montague said. "The odds are like one-in-a-trillion that they found her and used her name. People stoop to do anything nowadays. Let kids rest in peace."

Neither defendant has entered pleas to the charges. Both are set to appear in court later today for a bail hearing.

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