N.J. child care worker gets jail time for stealing client ID to go on shopping spree

Tierra Slade of Mays Landing will serve 364 days in for theft, after swiping the identity of a client at a day care referral center where she was an employee. (Photo courtesy of Attorney General’s Office) 

TRENTON — An employee of a state-funded child care center will spend a day shy of a year in prison for using the identity of a client to open several credit cards and go on a shopping spree, Attorney General Christopher Porrino announced Friday.

Tierra Slade, 29, of Mays Landing also …read more

Source: NJ.com Atlantic

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