Former TSA worker sentenced for ID theft fraud using stolen student identity info

Paula McMahon reports an update to a case previously noted on this site:

A Broward man was sentenced to more than three years in federal prison for identity theft and wire fraud last week after admitting he used Miami-Dade County public school students’ stolen identities to file illegal tax returns.

Donald Claude, 34, of Miramar, was a Transportation Security Administration worker at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport until his arrest in May, court records show. On the side, he ran J&D Tax Services, LLC, a tax return preparation business he owned with a co-defendant, James Jean-Baptiste.

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