Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Identity Theft
One person is in police custody after a local director of schools reports someone took his identity and used it on social media. Dr. Jubal Yennie reporting to Sullivan County police that someone was operating a Twitter account using his name and his photo. That is when Detective Matthew Price started an investigation into a teenage prank with legal consequences says Sullivan County Sheriff's spokesperson Leslie Earhart. q: audio identity theft arrest queensbury turned himself in and was processed and released from the Sullivan County Detention Center. He appears in court later in the week. (CC)

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