US charges 104 in Florida in latest ID theft-fraud roundup

AP reports:

Federal authorities have charged 104 people with numerous identity theft and fraud offenses in the latest South Florida crackdown on a rampant problem involving tens of thousands of stolen personal identities.


In one of the largest cases, an employee at Miami’s Jackson Health System is accused of stealing identities from 24,000 people using hospital computer databases. Court documents show Evelina Sophia Reid, 35, is charged in a 14-count indictment for an alleged scheme that ran over five years. No attorney is listed for Reid in court documents.

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