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Corinth Man Charged With Five Counts of Identity Theft, Sheriff Says

Mackin

Staff reports

A Corinth man has been charged with five counts of identity theft, Alcorn County Sheriff Ben Caldwell said Monday.

The sheriff’s office with the assistance of the Farmington Police Department arrested Timothy Scott Mackin, 38, of County Road 194, on Thursday, a sheriff’s office news release said.

“For the past several months the Alcorn County Sheriff’s Office has been conducting an investigation in reference to identity theft and credit card fraud which has impacted several victims across Alcorn County,” the news release added.

Mackin remained in the Alcorn County Jail on Monday on a $25,000 bond.

5 Comments

  1. Mike Mike March 21, 2018

    Get a job and stop stealing from those of us that actually work a legitimate job to provide for our families.

    • Jay Anthony Jay Anthony March 22, 2018

      BINGO mike…

  2. Danny McIntire Danny McIntire March 22, 2018

    For the record let me state that I, Dan McIntire did not post the first comment on this story. It appears that all is needed to post is a name typed in. This was not me as I was in SICU in Magnolia Regional Health Center post-op and do not own a smart phone with web browsing capabilities. Corinth Today needs a better system of screening identities of posters, something besides an email address.

    • Kelly Kelly March 23, 2018

      Thank you for clearing that , Dan. It is very much appreciated and I hope you feel better soon.

  3. Olympia Olympia March 25, 2018

    This man should be prosecuted to the fullest. my family was a victim of his identity theft. What makes him think he can steal what any man or woman works for their whole life. Pos garbage.

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