Ringleader of Saks ID theft scheme pleads guilty

Jonathan Stempel reports:

The ringleader of a scheme in which four former Saks Fifth Avenue employees used stolen customer data to buy $430,000 of luxury goods from the retailer’s flagship Manhattan store, with plans to resell them on the black market, has pleaded guilty, prosecutors said.

Tamara Williams, 38, of Queens, pleaded guilty to grand larceny, identity theft and scheming to defraud, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance said on Wednesday.

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