Stolen Identity. Legal news and articles for January 28 - 30, 2015

Better Business Bureau: How to protect against identity theft during tax seasonPolice say North Liberty woman attempted to plant evidence in identity theft caseEyota Woman Appears in Federal Court on Stolen Identity, Prescription Drug ...Police believe suspect stole large amount of mail for identity theftEyota Woman Appears in Federal Court on Stolen Identity, Prescription Drug ...One sister arrested, one wanted for multiple identity theftsLexington man sentenced for tax fraud and identity theftArgentina's stolen children: Decades after junta, people deal with their ...West Haven Police: Woman tried to get electricity through identity theftSuspect in Electricity Theft Might Have Stolen 16 People's Identities: CopsLexington Man Sentenced For Identity Theft And Tax Fraud ConspiracyUMPD officers respond to identity theft, vandalism during winter breakLexington business' identity stolen by scammersMedical identity theft: Why you should worryStore owner sentenced to time-served for stolen identity scheme

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Police stole dead children's names
Southend StandardJanuary 6, 2015

The identities of dead teenagers as old as 17 were stolen by undercover police officers according to figures released by Scotland Yard after an MP's near two year battle to expose the information. The Metropolitan Police revealed that dead children ...more »

Rochester police briefs: Oxford woman gets DUI; Rochester woman's identity...
The Oakland PressJanuary 7, 2015

An Oxford woman was arrested for suspicion of operating while intoxicated after being stopped by a Rochester police officer around 2:30 a.m. on Jan. 4. She failed field sobriety tests after being pulled over near the intersection of Walton Boulevard ...more »

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Better Business Bureau: How to protect against identity theft during tax season
Kansas.comJanuary 30, 2015

Each year the IRS informs many taxpayers that someone has already filed a return using their stolen identity. That's why it is vital for you to file your taxes quickly – to beat the scammers. Since 2008, the IRS has encountered more than 1.2 million ...more »

Police say North Liberty woman attempted to plant evidence in identity theft case
KCRGJanuary 30, 2015

IOWA COUNTY — A North Liberty woman is accused of entering an Iowa County residence in order to plant evidence that would exonerate her from identity theft charges. According to the Iowa County Sheriff's Office, 46-year-old Cheri Sells was arrested in ...more »

Eyota Woman Appears in Federal Court on Stolen Identity, Prescription Drug ...
KAALtv.comJanuary 30, 2015

(ABC 6 News) -- Federal charges have been filed against a 50-year-old Eyota woman for allegedly using a stolen identity to get prescription medications. Nanci Mae Dusso is accused of using false names, birth dates and social security numbers to obtain ...more »

Police believe suspect stole large amount of mail for identity theft
Albany Democrat HeraldJanuary 30, 2015

Lebanon Police Department investigators believe that a suspect and others connected to her may have stolen a large amount of mail from the Lebanon and Albany areas to commit identity theft. According to the agency, Sarah Ann Louise Baker, 30, ...more »

Eyota Woman Appears in Federal Court on Stolen Identity, Prescription Drug ...
KAALtv.comJanuary 29, 2015

(ABC 6 News) -- Federal charges have been filed against a 50-year-old Eyota woman for allegedly using a stolen identity to get prescription medications. Nanci Mae Dusso is accused of using false names, birth dates and social security numbers to obtain ...more »

One sister arrested, one wanted for multiple identity thefts
WTNHJanuary 29, 2015

(WTNH)– Tonya Flynn was arraigned Thursday in Milford Superior Court on multiple counts of identity theft, forgery, and larceny. “They did a search warrant on the house, found multiple documents,” said West Haven Police Sgt. David Tammaro. “ID's, blank ...more »

Lexington man sentenced for tax fraud and identity theft
WTVQJanuary 29, 2015

Lexington, Ky. (WTVQ) - A Lexington man will serve 175 months in prison for tax fraud conspiracy and identity theft. According to prosecutors, David L. Pierce, 52, admitted to leading a conspiracy to use stolen identities to file fraudulent tax returns.more »

Argentina's stolen children: Decades after junta, people deal with their ...
RTJanuary 29, 2015

Almost 500 children in Argentina had their identities erased in the 1970s, after their parents were murdered and they were stolen to be brought up in families with loyal ideology. RTD met with some of the victims who have reunited with their families.more »

West Haven Police: Woman tried to get electricity through identity theft
New Haven RegisterJanuary 29, 2015

Police executed a search warrant at Tonya Flynn's residence in December and found personal documents for someone whose identity was allegedly stolen. They also allegedly discovered items belonging to 15 other potential victims, including Social ...more »

Suspect in Electricity Theft Might Have Stolen 16 People's Identities: Cops
NBC ConnecticutJanuary 29, 2015

An investigation into a woman accused of posing as someone else to steal electricity led police in West Haven to a bigger case of possible identify theft with more than a dozen victims. Police started investigating in September, when United ...more »

Lexington Man Sentenced For Identity Theft And Tax Fraud Conspiracy
LEX18 Lexington KY NewsJanuary 29, 2015

Pierce previously pleaded guilty and admitted that he devised a scheme to obtain federal income tax refunds by fraud. Pierce accomplished this by creating false tax returns in the names of other members of his conspiracy and other individuals whose ...more »

UMPD officers respond to identity theft, vandalism during winter break
Diamondback OnlineJanuary 29, 2015

On Sunday, a man affiliated with the university reported that his identity had been stolen and he was receiving items in the mail that he had not purchased. The victim said someone had opened an account in his name early last year, in addition to ...more »

Lexington business' identity stolen by scammers
WKYTJanuary 28, 2015

Shortly after our interview with Parke, she received a call from the Mail Room who said another package had just arrived from Verizon for her fake address. If the scammers are caught, police told Parke they would face mail fraud and identity theft charges.more »

Medical identity theft: Why you should worry
Bankrate.comJanuary 28, 2015

... medical information becomes mixed with yours," she explains. "If the thief uses your insurance to get access to prescription drugs, you can end up with a flag in the system that could trigger regulators or even law enforcement to track you down ...more »

Store owner sentenced to time-served for stolen identity scheme
Westmoreland County TimesJanuary 28, 2015

According to the information presented to the court, Koladiya, the operator of the “Atwood Xpress” in Oakland, stole identities from other persons which he used to open credit card accounts at U.S. Bank, Chase Bank, Discover card and others, and then ...more »

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