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Hermitage couple indicted for ID theft
Mar 29, 2007 12:00 am
A Wilson County grand jury indicted Hermitage resident Kathryn T. Hulsey on various charges earlier this month, including more than a dozen counts of identity theft and criminal impersonation of her husband's ex-wife.
Her husband, Thomas Michael Hulsey, was indicted the same day on a related charge of invasion of privacy.
Kathryn Hulsey allegedly posted profiles on various dating sites like BlackSingles.com, Date.com and True.com in the name of her husband's ex-wife, with whom he has two adolescent children.
Hulsey also used CraigsList.com to post online classifieds seeking relationships with married men and advertising furniture for sale, according to Wilson County Criminal Court records.
At one point, the victim began receiving harassing phone calls of a sexual nature as a result of the online dating profiles, according to court documents.
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation agents searched the Hulseys' home and seized computers as evidence.
Kathryn Hulsey's complete charges are: 14 counts of criminal impersonation; 14 counts of identity theft; seven counts of stalking; and one count each of invasion of privacy and violation of Computer Act of 2003.
Both the Hulseys were taken to Wilson County Jail on $50,000 bond each. They have since been released.