FL: Former Insurance Co. Employee Sentenced For Identity Theft (UPDATED)

CBS reports:

A former health insurance company employee was sentenced to nearly three years in prison for stealing more than 50 customer identities from her former job.

Quinzella Romer, 39, previously pled guilty to one count of possession of fifteen or more unauthorized access devices, in this case social security numbers which had been issued to other people.


Romer was employed as a Short-Term Disability Benefit Manager at a health insurance company from June, 2007 until August, 2013. Investigators determined that the screenshots were taken from her work station at the company.

Read more on CBS Miami. The insurance company was not named  in CBS’s story, but was named elsewhere as Aetna.

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