GA: ID theft suspects in jail until trial

Sandy Hodson reports:

Two Augusta residents accused of stealing the financial identities of more than 50 people will remain in jail pending trial.


According to the indictment, federal investigators think Mr. Love used telephone books from cities outside Augusta to identify potential victims, especially elderly women.

Mr. Love allegedly pretended to be “David Jason,” a credit card company fraud investigator. By claiming to be investigating unauthorized charges, he allegedly obtained personal identity information and numbers for bank account numbers, credit cards and debit cards.

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