Bits ‘n Pieces

In the justice system:

  • Terrence Chalk, CEO of Compulinx Managed Services, pleaded guilty to stealing the identities of his employees and faces up to seven years in prison. More.
  • Fontana police arrested three people in what they called one of the biggest counterfeit credit card and identity theft rings they’ve ever encountered involving hundreds of credit cards. Arrested were Eduardo Reye, Kenneth Gill, and Yolanda Munoz. More.
  • Gabriel K. Jang and three others have accepted plea agreements in Seattle in a case involving the theft of credit cards from locker rooms in Washington, Oregon, and even Georgia. More.
  • Nefertiti Randall was sentenced to 5 1/2 years in prison yesterday for stealing and using the credit-card numbers of seven Citibank cardholders and two Capital One cardholders. More.
  • Shonya Young, accused of being a check casher as part of a nationwide identity theft ring which stole hundreds of identities, including that of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s wife, was arrested Monday in South Florida. More.
  • Charles Edward Curry is being charged in connection with four counts of wire fraud and identity theft for allegedly stealing the identities of several donors at the West Texas Food Bank where he worked as a receptionist. He’s also charged with stealing the identities of people living at the Odessa Salvation Army, where he resided. More.

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