Farley and 73 other individuals were indicted in 1985 by a federal grand jury for narcotics conspiracy. Farley is suspected of being the “drug kingpin” of the Southern Line, a railroad line used by drug dealers to distribute narcotics throughout the United States, according to officials. Farley was the only one of the 74 indicted who was not apprehended.
The U.S. Attorney's Office alleges Farley assumed the identity of the dead infant in 1985 and remained a fugitive until this month.
Farley was trying to board his private airplane at the hangar on his property when he was caught, according to authorities. Farley had reportedly been using a pilot's license in the name of the dead infant.
Farley faces up to 10 years in federal prison on the passport fraud charge.
The Ocala Star-Banner reports Farley lived in Love's Landing, a quiet gated community in southeast Marion County where the homes all have airplane hangars.