Receptionist at Institute of Allied Medical Professionals charged with stealing, misusing students’ personal info

John Nickerson reports that Bianca Torres of Bridgeport has been charged with stealing personal information of students at at the Institute of Allied Medical Professionals. Torres was employed  as a receptionist at the institute for six weeks.

Police began investigating after one of the victims did her own investigating and tracked some fraudulent charges on her credit card back to Torres.

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