identity theft


Identity fraud is one of the growing crimes in so many years, this criminals take their victims personal data and then obtain money or run up credit in their names. These crimes takes place when someone uses a person’s identifying information, such as a birth date, driver license, and even social security number, without authorization.  Identity fraud takes your credit and name to commit crimes that will damage you for the rest of your life. Below is an article of Times-Herald a Suspect caught as Identity Fraud in Florida.


A man suspected of being involved in a scheme to steal the identities of more than a hundred local residents is now residing in the Coweta County Jail.

The suspect, Anthony Delano Henry, 31, has been charged with two counts of identity fraud by Investigator Chad McDonald with the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office and a third count of identity fraud by Lt. Jason Ercole with the Senoia Police Department. Henry was arrested inWest Palm Beach, Fla., on Jan. 16 and was extradited to Coweta County this week, McDonald said.

Henry is believed to be part of a group of suspects who made dozens of fraudulent ATM withdrawals in late April and early May of last year, McDonald said. About $158,000 was stolen from 160 victims in Coweta County, and 139 of the cases are with the sheriff’s office.

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Article Source:  Times-Herald        


13 Responses to Times-Herald: Identity Fraud Suspect Caught In Florida

  1. Benson Wong says:

    It’s a good thing they caught him. Imagine the damage he would have done with all that private information.

  2. What is wrong with these people? Why don’t they just get on with their lives and leave others in peace?
    Maybe they didn’t have the right upbringing. I believe a child needs plenty of love and direction.

  3. Lisa Mallis says:

    WOW -it’s amazing how much money they stole! That’s about $1000 per victim. So glad they caught him.

  4. Sophie Bowns says:

    Why on earth would people even want to do this in the first place?!

  5. Kungphoo says:

    Wow, that is insane! Thank goodness he was caught and is being brought to justice. I can’t imagine how awful those victims feel.

  6. Kathryn says:

    I have also seen the identity theft tools used to prey upon their vicitms, as a domestic violence and gender violence awareness activism. It’s an important topic indeed!

  7. Laurel Bill says:

    I get so mad at identify theft – it so screws up people’s lives and they don’t deserve all the headaches. Sure glad they caught this guy … but there are so many more out there that need to be captured and put away!

  8. veronica says:

    these scammers and fraudsters are more than just a nuisance. they are down right evil

  9. Scott says:

    Identity theft is one of those things that just get to me. I know people that are still dealing with the ramifications YEARS later after going through an ordeal or identity theft.

  10. Jeff Brand says:

    It’s amazing what these people do with their intelligence…very sad.

  11. Jim Striegel says:

    I know so many that have gone through this and I just don’t know if it will ever stop.

  12. Traci Henegar says:

    This is very valuable to share because some people still actually click and answer emails and phone calls. I got one just the other day and knew they had the incorrect info regarding the type of card I have Visa or Mastercard on my bank and immediately hung up!

  13. Stephanie Clopton says:

    I am so trusting, so thank you for bringing this to my attention.

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