"We assume that Elliott listed my home number as his "Emergency Contact Number" when they cleared in to Bahamas Customs
There is something that is easily done, which can prevent this type of "identity theft". Which is common even within the US in medical
offices and hospitals. Simply,
CORRUPT THE DATABASE. Not totally, not critically, but make sure there is SOME misleading or false information put down.
For instance, Al could arrange with his son to put down "Albert" instead of "Al" Golden. No big deal in a real emergency
, but anyone calling for "Albert" would set off a red flag the instant they asked to speak to him.
When I was a kid, "George" owned the bicycle and hobby store. Everyone called him that. Years later while doing some work for George I found out his name was PETE. It turns out the original owner was "George" and everyone kept calling him that, so he figured anyone asking for "George" is either a customer or salesman. Anyone asking for "Pete" got his real attention, much faster.
The FBI would still have interest. Criminal impersonation of a US Government
employee is still their bailiwick, no matter where it happens. They've got the direct numbers to call in other venues, and their call gets more attention than yours or mine would.