FL: PBSO deputy gets 5 years in prison in ID theft case

CBS12 reports on a case I’ve been updating on this site for the past few years:

A Palm Beach County Sheriff‘s deputy received five years in prison after pleading guilty in an identity theft case.

In March, Deputy Frantz Felisma pleaded guilty to federal charges of aggravated identity theft and access device fraud. He admitted to using his sheriff’s office laptop to gather people’s personal information, then passing it on to a friend.

A judge sentenced Felisma Tuesday to five years in prison.

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