Here's a weird one for ya. The Feds are looking for help identifying this man, who stole the identity of a dead Ohio 3-year-old in 1996 and was eventually hired as an Oregon Liquor Control Commission investigator using that name, Jason Evers. He just resigned from the job after being accused of falsifying a passport application.
A poster's out, but the guy isn't missing. He's being held in a Portland jail, and lawyers are arguing over whether they can send him home to Bend. The Oregonian has been covering the oddball case.
Apparently, the man who has gone by another person's name since age 15 is not talking much—check out the "reported to be" bullet points on the poster. Master chess player, indeed.
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