OH: Taxation employee fired after accessing personal information of family, acquaintances

Randy Ludlow reports:

An Ohio Department of Taxation examiner has been fired after an investigation found she improperly accessed the confidential personal and tax information of several relatives and acquaintances.

A report released today by the office of Inspector General Randall J. Meyer found that Kelly S. Bolen accessed computerized personal information of several people, and herself, dozens of times without a legitimate state business reason.

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