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Tenn. woman charged with identity theft after 100s of fake IDs found

Memphis police said a woman is accused of identity theft after she allegedly opened accounts at Target and ULTA using another person's name.
Memphis police said a woman is accused of identity theft after she allegedly opened accounts at Target and ULTA using another person's name.
Memphis police said a woman is accused of identity theft after she allegedly opened accounts at Target and ULTA using another person's name.(WMC/SCSO)
Published: Aug. 11, 2020 at 11:03 PM EDT
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WVLT/WMC) - Memphis investigators said a woman is accused of identity theft after she allegedly opened accounts at Target and ULTA using another person’s name.

WMC reported that 39-year-old Toni Gibson was accused in the thefts after Shelby County deputies identified her through store surveillance footage.

The sheriff’s office said a search of her home uncovered more than 100 fake driver’s licenses and a number of counterfeit checks.

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