Housing manager pleads guilty to identity theft
ST. LOUIS (AP) - A U.S. attorney's office in Missouri says a manager of a local housing complex and two other people have pleaded guilty to identity theft charges.
The office says 42-year-old Marsha Harrington, 42-year-old Calvin Shaw and 50-year-old Larry Croner all have entered guilty pleas to charges of identity theft and conspiracy to commit identity theft.
Harrington was the manager of the Clinton-Peabody Housing Complex. Prosecutors say she took residents' Social Security numbers and other personal information to file false tax returns. They say that after she filed the paperwork, she kept the tax refund.
Prosecutors say Shaw and Croner helped provide information to Harrington. They say she shared funds with them.
They will all be sentenced later this year.