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CHARGED: Woman accused of stealing ID to get a job at McDonalds

(Source: MGN Online) (Source: MGN Online)

BLADEN COUNTY, NC (WECT) – A woman was arrested in Bladen County for stealing the identity of a woman in Texas to get a job at McDonalds.

According to authorities, Lisa Fonseca, of Wesleco, Texas, reported to her local police department in 2011 her vehicle had been broken into and her purse with personal information had been stolen.

When checking her credit report this year, Fonseca discovered someone working at McDonalds in Elizabethtown was using her name and personal information.

Officers with the Elizabethtown Police Department investigated the claims and learned Sesthela Rojas, 32 of Bladenboro, was using Fonseca's information to get a job at McDonalds. She had been working with the restaurant for about six months.

Rojas was arrested and charged with ID theft.

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