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Texas cops catch big-time ID thief


By Kenneth Dean
The Tyler Morning Telegraph

TYLER, Texas — When a Smith County Sheriff’s deputy pulled over Curtis Zane Anderson earlier this week, it was for speeding. But when the man handed the deputy two different identifications with his picture and different names on them, speeding became least of his problems. The items in the truck led deputies to the second large identity theft bust in Smith County this month.

Lt. Larry Wiginton said Anderson, 33, of Mesquite was pulled over Monday about 3 a.m. as he was traveling east on Interstate 20.

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