Former Jewelry Store Employee Pleads Guilty in Military ID Theft Case

Candice Nguyen reports:

One of three defendants accused of bribing a former Camp Pendleton Marine and unlawfully accessing personal financial information of other service members has pleaded guilty.

Nellie Noland worked for Romano’s Jewelers at one of its North County locations.

In addition to pleading guilty, she has agreed to be a cooperating witness against the two other defendants. Those defendants include Romano’s Jewelers owner, Randy Abalkhad, and manager, Carlos Torres.

In March, the three defendants were charged with 15 felony counts each, which include conspiracy and identity theft.

Read more on NBC7 who has previous coverage on this case linked from their full report.

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