Robins FCU Worker Charged With Identity Theft

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MACON, Ga. – A former Robins FCU employee was indicted this week on charges that she stole members’ identities to apply for numerous loans and credit cards.

Kimberly Brown, 35, was charged with theft by a credit union employee, making false statements to a federally insured institution and aggravated identity theft.

Brown applied for three loans and five credit cards using stolen identities and false information beginning in October 2007 and continuing through March 2008, according to the charges.

Brown allegedly obtained cash advances and used the money for her own benefit. She also is accused of pocketing proceeds from the loans.

 

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