Man Posing as Disney Heir Accused of Stealing Park Passes

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CANYON COUNTRY , Calif. (KTLA) — A 51-year-old man who allegedly represented himself as a Disney family member was arrested in connection with stealing Disneyland passes in a felony burglary case, authorities said Wednesday evening.

disney-passesStephen Urquidez allegedly had a fake driver’s license identifying himself as “Stephen Disney” and false tax forms showing income from the Walt Disney Corp., according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

Urquidez gave Disneyland passes to woman he knew so she could donate them for a raffle for a nonprofit where she does volunteer work, department officials said in a statement.

Urquidez is accused of telling the woman that he was Stephen Disney and a “family member associated with a large, well-known corporation,” the statement said.

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