Counselor for North Haven Substance Abuse Center Stole Patient Identity for Cable, Internet: Police
NBC in Connecticut reports:
Police have arrested an employee of a substance use disorder treatment center in North Haven who is accused of stealing patients’ identities to get services like cable and internet.
North Haven police arrested 39-year-old Kimberly Telford, of New Haven, who they said was a counselor at an outpatient center.
She is accused of using access to patient and client information to open a fraudulent account to obtain services such as cable and internet under a patient’s name.
Read more on NBC. The reporting does not name the treatment center. DataBreaches.net was able to identify the center, but is not publishing its name in the absence of confirmation.