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Originally published May 23, 2013 at 7:11 AM | Page modified May 23, 2013 at 7:12 AM

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Deputies arrest man they say posed as a Disney

Authorities say a man has been arrested after claiming to be a member of the Walt Disney family and giving away invalid Disneyland passes.

The Associated Press

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SANTA CLARITA, Calif. —

Authorities say a man has been arrested after claiming to be a member of the Walt Disney family and giving away invalid Disneyland passes.

Los Angeles County sheriff's officials say the man called himself "Stephen Disney" and had a fake driver's license and tax forms that falsely claimed income from the Walt Disney Corp.

The statement says he gave Disneyland passes to a woman for a raffle. When the winner took the passes to Disneyland, she learned they hadn't been activated.

Deputies determined the man's name is 51-year-old Stephen David Urquidez and the passes were stolen from a store.

He was arrested on suspicion of burglary and having a driver's license with a forged state seal, a felony.

Urquidez was released after posting $20,000 bond.

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