Woman victim of identity theft

Friday, June 8, 2007

A Lewisburg woman alleges she is a victim of identity theft, according to a report filed by Ptl. Steve Woodward.

The victim said someone used her name and birth date to get a phone at 902 Pennington Ave., Nashville. The account was used from Jan. 18, 2004 to Aug. 31, 2004, running up a bill of $2,029.48, reports said.

Bellsouth provided the victim with paperwork to settle the dispute. She recalled losing her wallet several years ago in New Jersey and she found other questionable items on her credit report, said reports.

Another crime processed through the Lewisburg Police Department included:

June 5 -- Mary F. Woodard, 79, 450 9th Ave., aggravated cruelty to animals. Her dog was almost starved to death, Lewisburg Animal Patrol officer Jason Davis said. Bond was pre-set at $500; her court date is July 9.