NJ Woman Faces Jail Time for Alleged Facebook ID Theft

A N.J. woman has been charged with fourth-degree identity theft after allegedly creating a Facebook account in the name of her former boyfriend, a police officer, then posting untrue statements about him on the fake page. She faces up to 18 months in jail if convicted.

‘Scum With a Gun’: Facebook Fraud Case Heats Up New Jersey

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