A Mandeville woman who allegedly used stolen identities to open phone and television service accounts and wrote $7,000 in bad checks was booked this week on three counts of identity theft and one count of bank fraud, according to a news release from the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office.

Alysia Migliore, 40, stole the victims’ personal information while she was employed at several medical offices, Sheriff spokeswoman Suzanne Carboni said. The thefts were traced back as far as 2011.

Migliore also wrote several thousand dollars in checks on a closed account to St. Tammany Parish businesses, Carboni said.

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