VA: Former nurse charged with stealing patients’ personal information (updated)

BSomers reports that Capri Williams, formerly employed as a nurse at Commonwealth Primary Care, is facing federal charges of bank fraud and identity theft. She is scheduled for her first court appearance on Friday.

The US Attorney’s Office said she used personal information from hundreds of patients to try and open new bank and credit accounts. In one case, she is accused of using one of those credit cards to transfer more than $4,000 thousand to herself.

Commonwealth Primary Care said following several complaints from patients who thought they were at risk, the company worked with police to address the issue.

Read more on WTVR.

Update: As expected, she pleaded guilty.

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