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Tri-State woman’s identity stolen to make forged temporary ID

Fox 19

CINCINNATI (WXIX) - A suspect in the Hamilton County Jail following an indictment for stealing a woman’s identity to make false BMV intermittent paperwork and forge checks.

Timmi Anne Boesken says she got a call from Northside Bank and Trust on March 1, saying someone was trying to cash a check with her name.

The ID the suspect provided, who was identified in Hamilton County court records as Sara Clevenger, was a forged temporary paper ID.

“The individual was using the intermittent driver’s license paperwork that Ohio provides to you when you get a renewed driver’s license,” explains Boesken. “It was forged with her picture, my name, my address, my driver’s license number.”


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