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From: Henry Brown (hbrownknology.net)
Date: Mon Jul 28 2008 - 13:59:14 CDT
Local Medical Clinic Patients Among 500 Victimized In Major Identity
Sheriff's detectives are looking for a Fort Bend County medical clinic
employee believed to have contributed patient information to a major
area identity theft ring.
Tracy Spencer-Gilmore, formerly with Kelsey Seybold Clinic, was one of
38 people indicted over the past several weeks in connection with an
identity theft ring in which more than 500 people in four area counties
were victimized, the Sheriff's Office said in a statement Thursday.
The last of those indictments were handed down by a Fort Bend County
grand jury earlier this month.
Detectives believe Dixon used personal information from more than 500
people in applying for more than 1,000 short-term "payday" loans valued
at between $200 and $800 each, the Fort Bend Sheriff's Office said in a
statement. Fraudulent loans are believed to have exceeded $230,000 in value.
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