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Bouldin charged for stealing her daughter's identity
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A woman who took out a fraudulent loan using her teenage daughter’s identity has been placed on probation for six months.
The woman, Angela Gail Bouldin, 48, was given a six-month probationary sentence on the charge of attempted forgery. She will be required to pay the court costs and will be allowed to go on unsupervised probation once the costs are paid.
Her probation comes after she applied for a loan at Advance Financial in McMinnville back in 2013, using her driver license as ID, but using her then-teen daughter’s Social Security number. The loan was granted but no payments were made on the $500 loan even though Bouldin had taken out three earlier loans with the company and had paid them all off.
The issue wasn’t discovered for nearly four years. The activity was brought to light when Bouldin’s daughter, now an adult, went to Advance Financial to seek a loan but was denied because her Social Security number was associated with the defaulted loan her mother had taken out years ago.