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  • Bank Worker Charged With Identity Theft

    Posted on July 10th, 2008 NewSunSEO No comments

    A state grand jury has indicted a former employee of the Commerce Bank branch in Mount Laurel on charges she provided personal information of bank customers to individuals who then stole the customers’ identities.

    Jennifer Mullner, 22, of Hammonton, a former loan services representative at the bank branch; her boyfriend, William Roman, 21, of Galloway; and Anthony Wood, also known as Anthony Bickerstaff, 44, of Philadelphia, were each charged with conspiracy, computer criminal activity and identity theft, which are second-degree offenses.

    The indictment alleges that between March 1 and Oct. 30, 2007, Mullner accessed at least 240 bank documents containing customer information, including loan information and account numbers, and unlawfully provided the information to Wood.

    Mullner is also accused of providing documents to Roman on two occasions, who then forwarded the information to Wood, according to the indictment. Authorities say Roman was paid $250 for his involvement.

    The indictment said the defendants stole the identities of at least five victims and obtained more than $100,000 in merchandise and services.

    New Jersey State Police arrested Wood on Feb. 26. He was released from Burlington County Jail on $100,000 bail.

    By MELISSA HAYES (Burlington County Times)

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