Front Range Identity Theft Ring BustedA grand jury indicted 11 people on Wednesday, accused in an elaborate identity theft ring.
Search On For Man Accused In Mail Theft, Fraud Of 92-Year-Old WomanThe Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office is searching for a man believed to have stolen a 92-year-old woman's bank account information to pass fraudulent checks.
Couple Allegedly Caught With 'Significant Amount' Of Stolen MailTwo Castle Rock residents have been arrested after allegedly stealing from mailboxes across Douglas County.
States Fight Surge In Fake Tax Filings From Identity ThievesStates are becoming more forthright, telling taxpayers they'll have to be patient and allow time for verification before refunds are sent.
Police Search For Suspects In Identity TheftsPolice are searching for two women accused of stealing people's identities in Louisville.
Pueblo Man Accused In Several Cases Of Identity TheftDetectives in Pueblo have arrested a man accused in several cases of identity theft.
The 'Dark Net' Holds Internet’s SecretsA day after the U.S. Department of Justice announced the largest theft of consumer financial data in U.S. history, a CBS4 investigation shows where financial and personal information is routinely bought and sold.
Dirty Shorts Lead To Burglary ChargesDNA linked investigators to a burglary suspect after he left behind a pair of shorts with fecal matter inside.
State Accidentally Mails Out Private Health Information To The Wrong PatientsProtected health information from the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing was unintentionally mailed to the wrong people, the department announced on Monday.
2 Men Suspected Of Stealing Money From ATMs With Cloned Credit CardsPolice have distributed a crime alert asking for help in identifying two men who have been using cloned credit cards to steal money from ATMs.
3 Arrested For Stealing Mail In 2 Separate IncidentsEl Paso County deputies say a 24-year-old man went to great lengths to steal mail.
Insurer Anthem Offers Layers Of Identity Theft ProtectionAnthem Inc. is offering several levels of free identity theft protection to current and former customers after hackers broke into a database storing information for about 80 million people.