Former nurse sentenced for stealing patients’ identities

As a follow-up to a case reported previously,  WSLS reports that former Lynchburg nurse Karen Priscilla Jones was sentenced in federal court to 34 months in prison, two years of supervised release, and $9,132 in restitution as well as $800 in special assessment fees.

Jones had pleaded guilty to three counts of identity theft, two counts of mail fraud, and one count of forging an endorsement on a U.S. check. The victims were residents of The Oaks Assisted Living Facility and Avante Assisted Living Facility in Lynchburg.

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