Charlotte medical practice worker sold patients’ private info for $10 apiece, feds say
Blake Hanson reports on an incident that was seemingly reported to federal regulators and patients last year, but flew under the media radar for the most part until criminal charges were revealed this week:
Federal prosecutors have charged a Charlotte medical practice employee over accusations she sold patient’s private information to an identity thief.
Keniona Laneen Thomas, a former employee at Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates, was charged in a bill of information filed Monday.
She sold the information of more than 150 patients at $10 a person, according to the court document.
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