The Dothan Police Department made a felony arrest following a recent identity theft investigation.
Investigators say, Charles Sapp, 36, of West Newton Street, used the identity of the victim to file fraudulent federal and state taxes, which he then received income tax checks that were deposited in to his personal bank account.
Sapp was taken into custody after he was caught shoplifting at a local business. At the time of his arrest, he was in possession of “Money Network” debit cards, with multiple names on them.
The Dothan Police Department is asking that anyone that may have been the victim of a similar incident this year, to contact the department at 334-615-3000.
Street was faces one count of identity theft, as well as third degree theft of property. His bond amount has been set at $150,000.
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