Seattle court worker charged with id theft

Levi Pulkklinen reports more on a story previously mentioned on this blog:

A week after her alleged conspirators were charged, federal prosecutors have a Seattle Municipal Court employee with bank fraud and identity theft.


Searching the vehicle, investigators found a number of “profiles” bearing Seattle Municipal Court customers’ names and credit-card numbers, according to an FBI statement filed in support of the search warrant. Those “profiles” appeared to have been printed at the court.

Speaking with investigators, Peterson allegedly admitted to stealing “a large number” of credit-card numbers from municipal court customers and selling them to Lee.

Read more in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

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