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Arrest leads to stolen identity

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-- A local woman said a relative gave police her identity when she was arrested.

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imtellin - 11/15/2013 9:45 AM
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as the economy worsens, and it is,, we'll all be there eventually, as it is the only way they can assure themselves of job security, by processing anyone & everyone.. next we'll hear of someone processed who isn't actually being held, whether themselves or a relative.. by the way, some family she has there !!! that relative would have a 1 way ride awaiting when she got out of jail !!! all the way !!!

nativejax - 11/15/2013 8:18 AM
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And exactly HOW will that help the victim JSO? Her life is being disrupted because of the 'incompetence' of someone in your I.D. division. WHAT ABOUT FINGERPRINTS? You admitted the woman that was arrested was "well know' to the jail system. So one of you incompetent officers, in the fingerprint division, you kept on after laying off many others a few years ago, couldn't have run her prints to make sure of her ID. She was just processed through on the 'assumption' she was who she says she is? No, 'technical mistakes' like this are happening way too much in your I.D. dept and you still keep them on let qualified technicians go.
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