Florida Woman Charged with Identity Theft to Run Pet Clinic

A Putnam County woman has been charged with identity theft after authorities said she used the identity of an out-of-state veterinarian to run a mobile pet clinic.

Judy Grace Tabor, 40, was arrested on charges from Putnam and St. Johns counties, where she operated Pet Care A Van and Pet Caravan, according to the State Attorney’s Office.

Tabor advertised that she provided animal vaccinations and also employed technicians, said spokeswoman Klare Ly of the State Attorney’ Office. Tabor would need to be a licensed veterinarian to own the business, Ly said.

Ly said the veterinarian whose name was used on the license was not aware of the business.

Tabor was charged with 11 felonies in St. Johns and five in Putnam.

Identity Theft Suspect

Read more at Jacksonville.com: http://jacksonville.com/news/crime/2012-02-29/story/putnam-woman-charged-identity-theft-run-pet-clinic

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