LA: Almost 400 victims identified in massive identity theft scheme involving Louisiana State University hospital system employee

Michael Oliver reports:

Seven Baton Rouge people are facing multiple charges, including identity theft charges, after a scheme that left nearly 400 victims in 12 states.

State Police say Pamela Reams, worked in the billing department of the LSU Hospital System. She used her position to access several financial databases to obtain account information.  She told investigators she would create counterfeit checks and identification cards, which she sold to Tammy Matthews. Detectives say Matthews in turn sold the checks to Meshaune Wilson and Valencia Paul.

Read more on WAFB.

Update of 12-16-12: They’re having trouble locating and notifying all the victims.

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