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CCS Security Breach May Not Be 1st

CCS Security Breach May Not Be 1st
CCS Security Breach May Not Be 1st

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By Donna Willis
Web Content Coordinator
January 13, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio =E2=80=94 The personal information of several Columbus City 
School employees might have been compromised after police found the 
information during an unrelated arrest.

NBC 4=E2=80=99s Ana Jackson GOT ANSWERS and found out this incident might not 
have been the district=E2=80=99s first security breach.

The arrests of Carl Lowe and John Lent on outstanding felony warrants 
led police to a home in the 2000 block of East 6th Avenue last Thursday.

Officers found counterfeit checks, stolen mail, and the names and Social 
Security numbers of Columbus City School employees.

Detectives said they believe Lowe and Lent were up to no good.

=E2=80=9CSomeone has opened up credit cards and checking accounts and rented 
vehicles and stayed in motels,=E2=80=9C CPD Detective Ronald Reese said.

Reese said the 80 to 100 victims were enrolled in an annuity plan and 
the suspects intercepted a mailing from the district containing the 
sensitive information.


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