Ex-Wheaton worker gets 7 years in identity theft case

Sarah Maslin reports:

Janice M. Nieman stole the identities of more people than could fit in Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Glenn Yamahiro’s courtroom on Friday.

The total: 848, the largest number of victims in a single defendant case in Milwaukee County history.

For embezzling more than $1 million from Wheaton Franciscan Services, a not-for-profit health services organization where she was a payroll specialist, Nieman will serve seven years in prison, according to a sentence imposed Friday by Yamahiro.

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  1. Mikey Doesn't Like It - July 18, 2014

    As long as, for those seven years, she doesn’t have access to a computer.

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