PG doc indicted on ID theft charges

Joe Pyrah reports:

A former clinical director of the Utah State Developmental Center in American Fork has been federally indicted on charges of identity theft and locally on charges of forcible sex abuse.

Martin Joseph MacNeill, 52, and Gypsy Jyll Willis, aka Jillian Giselle MacNeill, 32, were indicted by a federal grand jury and arrested Thursday morning. The former was arrested after getting off a plane in Salt Lake City and the latter in Pleasant Grove.

The state Division of Occupational And Professional Licensing lists Martin MacNeill as an osteopathic physician and Jillian G. MacNeill as a registered nurse.

The U.S Attorney’s Office alleges that the two tried to use a Social Security Number to obtain a U.S. military member dependant identification card, signature cards at Zions Bank and a Utah identification card.

They are each charged with five counts of misuse of a Social Security Number, five counts of aggravated identity theft and one count of making a false statement.

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