Kennedale resident finds someone has already filed “her” tax return

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On March 17th the Kennedale Police Department reported fraudulent use of personal identification information in filing an income tax return.
A victim reported to police that someone had filed a false income tax return in her name. The offense was discovered when the victim attempted to file her actual tax return. {{more}}The victim reported that she was aware of at least one instance where delinquent utility bills in another state are listed in her name but are not hers. It is believed that the theft may have occurred several years ago when the victim moved to Texas from out of state. The movers failed to deliver several boxes including one with old tax documents.
In another incident reported on March 19, KPD report a case of Criminal Mischief ($500 to $1,500) in the 1000 block of Estates Drive when a caller reported that a home under construction had been damaged. The home had 8 windows that were broken out. It is believed that juveniles living in the neighborhood may have caused the damage.
Kennedale Police Department Weekly Incident Report March 16, 2014 to March 22, 2014
  • 3/17 Fraud use/possession Identifying Info # Items < 5; 1100 block Fawn Meadows
  • 3/18 Assault Bodily Injury Family Member 2 + W/IN 12 mo.; 5900 block Eden Rd
  • 3/18 Theft < 50; 1200 block W Kennedale Pkwy
  • 3/19 Burglary of Vehicle; 300 block W Kennedale Pkwy
  • 3/19 Criminal Mischief 500 < 1500; 1000 block Estates Dr.
  • 3/20 Burglary of Building ? Unlawful Entry; 6700 block Hudson Village Creek Rd
  • 3/21 Death Investigation; 400 block Linda Rd
  • 3/21 Missing Person (Juvenile); 900 block Wildcat Way
  • 3/21 Criminal Mischief 1500 < 20K;100 block Arthur Dr.
  • 3/22 Theft 1500 < 20K, 400 block Kevin Miller Rd
  • 3/22 Abandoned/Found Property; 1200 block W Kennedale Pkwy
These statistics are based on police reports. They do not include calls where no report was written. Some of the offenses, after further investigation may be deemed unfounded. In other words, this data should not be construed as official statistics.

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