FL: Fired Hernando County deputy charged with identity theft over e-mails

Joel Anderson reports:

The e-mails referred to one of the highest-ranking officers at the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office as “racist.” They alleged discriminatory treatment against some of the deputies. They were supposedly coming from Sgt. George Smith.

However, the e-mails were all the work of an online thief, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

Former Deputy Harold Morales, who was fired in October during his probationary period, has been charged with seven felony counts of identity theft after being accused of using a former supervisor’s e-mail address to send out the e-mails.

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