Police charge woman with stealing identity

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

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Silvia Carolina Yac-Poz, 43, of Siloam Springs, was arrested on Thursday for allegedly using another woman’s identity so she could work at Simmons Foods in Decatur.

According to a report from the Decatur Police Department, Yac-Poz was using the identity of Jennifer Macias of Okemah, Okla., and had signed Macias’ name on multiple documents at Simmons Foods.

Macias discovered that someone had stolen her identity when the Internal Revenue Service sent her a letter stating she owed taxes for working at Simmons Industries in Arkansas.

Decatur Police Sergeant Joe Savage contacted the Simmons Foods’ human resources office in Decatur and spoke to David Sutton (a city councilman). Sutton told police that two other human resource employees, Mary Doyle and ...

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