Broward Court Clerk Jailed for Identity Theft

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Broward Court Clerk Jailed for Identity Theft

Porscha Kyles, 25, a former court clerk in Broward County, Florida, was sentenced to three years in prison, to be followed by two years of supervised release and $57,328 in restitution, for the theft of more than 100 people’s identities

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Broward Court Clerk Jailed for Identity Theft-Porscha Kyles FaceBook

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January 17, 2014

She previously pled guilty to aggravated identity theft and to one count of conspiracy to possess 15 or more unauthorized access devices


According to court documents, Kyles worked as a clerk of court in Broward County from October 2011 to February 2012. During that time, she had access to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicle Driver and Vehicle Information Database (DAVID).

She used that access to copy more than 100 people’s names, birthdates and Social Security numbers, which she sold to a co-conspirator. The stolen information was then used to file fraudulent tax returns seeking refunds.

Porscha Kyles, of Davie, worked for the Broward Clerk’s office from April 2008 until May 2012, when supervisors noticed irregular activity with her use of a database of driver’s license information, (DAVID).

She worked at the public counter in the traffic and misdemeanor division at the courthouse in downtown Fort Lauderdale.

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