PBSO deputy tied to $283,000 identity-theft scam

Mike Stucka reports:

The Palm Beach County sheriff’s deputy arrested Thursday on federal identity-theft charges is tied to a longtime scamster who pleaded guilty this year to a $283,00 identity theft, as well as being part of a $387,000 fraud to rent dozens of houses that weren’t his.

A Homeland Security agent’s affidavit against deputy Frantz Felisma, 42, says another criminal identified as K.J. would ask Felisma to use his law-enforcement computer access to get details of people driving expensive cars, then use that information to get credit cards with their information and steal money he used, in part, to get his own expensive cars.

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