By Denise Yost
January 12, 2009
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Columbus City Schools experienced a security breach,
resulting in employees. Social Security numbers being at risk.
Arrests conducted by Columbus police Thursday, Jan 8., turned up the
Social Security numbers of 80 to 100 CCS employees, NBC 4's Lauren
Diedrich and Ana Jackson reported.
CPD officers went to the 2000 block of East 6th Avenue on the city's
near North Side to serve drug and auto-theft felony warrants on John
Lent and Carl Lowe, Detective Ronald Reese said.
During the arrest officers learned there might be stolen personal
information in the house and found personal information on district
employees, according to Reese.
CPD said it believes the suspects either stole or intercepted part of a
mailing from the payroll division that was en route to annuity
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