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Identity Theft

Man targets daughter in identity theft case

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videoIdentity theft is spreading across the country and can happen any time, anywhere and to anyone. One Wilmington woman was a victim of this growing problem. Full story...
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25 immigrants charged with identity theft

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A federal prosecutor says current and former employees at the huge Smithfield Foods slaughterhouse in Bladen County face identity theft charges as well as immigration violations after raids last week. Full story...
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Attorney General warns of e-card virus

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videoNorth Carolina's attorney general is warning computer users not to fall victim to e-mail greeting card scams. They can lead to identity theft and possibly disable your computer. It looks like a legitimate e-mail in your inbox -- an e-mail greeting card. But watch out. Full story...
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Grand jury to decide 'Black Widow' fate

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The infamous black widow may soon be charged with a crime that lives up to her name. Brunswick County authorities say a grand jury is being convened in Oklahoma City to decide whether to indict Sandra Bridewell on murder charges. Full story...
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Columbus County fighting identity theft

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It's a growing problem across the country affecting thousands each year: identity theft. Identity theft can easily happen to you, but one county wants to make sure it doesn't happen to senior citizens. Full story...
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Shred it and Forget It

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About 300,000 North Carolinians are affected by Identity theft each year. NC Attorney General Roy Cooper sponsors an event to keep your identity away from crooks. Full story...
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Man pleads guilty to drunken driving

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A man who's been slipping through the cracks of North Carolina's legal system for more than 20 years pleaded guilty Tuesday to drunken driving. John Dickinson has used at least six different identities with law enforcement and has failed to appear in court at least 10 times. But Tuesday he was forced to show up. Full story...
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