Dealership worker charged with I.D. theft

November 20, 2008 4:06:18 PM PST
A worker at a suburban auto dealership has been charged with stealing the identities of two customers. Twenty-nine-year-old Luis Corona of Schaumburg is accused of giving a customer's identification information to a female friend who allegedly used it to get a driver's license and then to buy a car from another dealership.

Corona worked for Saturn of Schaumburg in Hoffman Estates.

Prosecutors say Corona was arrested Monday when he tried to use the stolen identity of a second customer to buy another vehicle. He's being held on $40,000 bond


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