Fayette County man accused of getting ID in dead baby's name

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A Grindstone man used the identity of a baby who died in 1953 to get a second state identification card from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.

Raymond Davis Buck, 59, didn't immediately return a call for comment today, nor did his defense attorney.

He's scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday before a district judge in Fayette County on identity theft, records tampering and other charges.

According to state police, Mr. Buck used the baby's birth certificate, a name change certificate issued in the state of California and a Social Security card that was somehow obtained in the dead baby's name in 1977 to get the ID in 2007.

Mr. Buck also has a valid driver's license -- also in his name, which state police said he obtained using his real birth and Social Security information.

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