COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - A former car salesman in Columbus finds himself accused and charged with identity fraud after police find the personal information of over 100 individuals at his home.
Columbus Police arrested Frederick Williams, 53, of Columbus, after a parole officer discovered a notepad at his residence that allegedly included names, Social Security numbers, and bank card numbers of 104 individuals.
Williams is charged with 10 counts of identity fraud, along with a parole violation. He was not awarded bond.
It is unknown whether any of the alleged victims were any of his customers.