Lauderhill Man Charged In ID Theft Case Involving Stolen Driver License Info
ID Theft -Derek Denesevich of Lauderhill, with the help of Broward County Clerk Porscha Kyles, managed to steal people’s identities and then use them to file fraudulent income tax returns
July 9, 2014 Derek Denesevich-ID Theft
ID Theft-Having three very large face tattoos including the Bentley car logo, a shark and some kind of star decal, Derek Denesevich of Lauderhill, with the help of Broward County Clerk Porscha Kyles, managed to steal people’s identities and then use them to file fraudulent income tax returns.
The Lauderhill, Florida, man surrendered in court to face his federal identity theft charges. How’d he get his hands on such confidential information?
He paid off a former Broward Clerk of Courts employee, Porscha Kyles, to slip him other people’s drivers’ licenses.
He’d been pulling the scam since 2011 when he offered Kyles money in exchange for the names, dates of birth, and Social Security numbers of motorists.
He then used the information to electronically file fake and unauthorized tax returns with the IRS in the hopes of getting refunds.
Denesevich’s alleged co-conspirator Porscha Kyles was sentenced to three years and one day in federal prison earlier this year. Kyles, 26, formerly of Davie, is serving her prison term in Central Florida.
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