Lea’Tice Phillips, of Montgomery County, Ala., was sentenced to serve 94 months of incarceration today, announced Assistant Attorney General Kathryn Keneally of the Justice Department's Tax Division and U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Alabama George L. Beck Jr.
Federal prisoner Lea'tice Phillips housed at federal prison
ADPH employee Lea’Tice Phillips, who was indicted on 37 counts of aggravated identity theft and wire fraud, repeatedly accessed Alabama’s health care database between October 2009 and April 2012 and sent the stolen identity information to her accomplice, Antoinette Djonret, via her state email account.
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An update to a case reported previously on this blog: Lea Tice Phillips, who had been employed by an unnamed Alabama state agency, was sentenced to 94 months in prison and ordered to pay restitution of $567,631 for her role in a tax refund fraud scheme.
ADPH employee Lea’Tice Phillips, who was indicted on 37 counts of aggravated identity theft and wire fraud, repeatedly accessed Alabama’s health care...
A federal grand jury in Montgomery, Alababma, returned an indictment charging Lea'Tice Phillips for conspiring to file false tax returns using stolen identities, the Justice Department and the IRS announced January 29.
Department of Justice Office of Public Affairs FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, January 29, 2013 Alabama Employee Indicted for Providing Names to a Million Dollar Identity Theft Scheme A federal grand jury in Montgomery, Ala., returned an indictment charging Lea’Tice Phillips for conspiring to file false tax returns using stolen identities, the Justice Department and the…
Lea’Tice Phillips, a former clerical worker at the Department of Public Health’s Bureau of Communicable Disease, was indicted on 37 counts by a federal grand jury. The charges include ...