CO: City worker accused of stealing fellow employees’ identities

A Denver city worker will be formally charged this week with 18 counts of identity theft and nine counts of criminal impersonation.

Ray Taylor, 36, is also facing one count of theft.

The Denver District Attorney’s office says Taylor used the names, birth dates and other personal information of others, including current and former Denver city employees, to open credit card and bank accounts without their permission.

Taylor worked as a payroll clerk for Denver’s Career Service Authority, and prosecutors say he had access to personal information through his position.


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