Oklahoma man pleads guilty to using stolen medical records for identity theft

KXII reports:

One of two men suspected of of using stolen medical records to commit identity theft has pleaded guilty in federal court.

34-year-old Robert Bond of Thackerville pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud, and aggravated identity theft.

Read more on KXII. The report doesn’t indicate from where the medical records were stolen, and when Bond and Lane Edward Miller were arrested back in 2017, other news coverage at the time indicated that they were charged after stealing medical records from Mercy Health Clinic and Hospital in Love County, and stealing mail. Miller, a former employee at Mercy Health, had allegedly stolen paper medical records from a storage facility.

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