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Taylor County: Woman, 22, possessing 'at least 32 separate identities' jailed on $786,750 in bonds

Published On: Jan 30 2013 03:14:57 PM CST
Updated On: Mar 13 2013 11:55:53 AM CDT
Jaclyn Oliver

When police arrested 22-year-old Jaclyn Oliver during January 2013,  she reportedly possessed documents indicating at least 32 separate identities. At that time, she was jailed in Taylor County on bonds totaling $786,750.

The Taylor County Sheriff’s Office arrested Oliver for three outstanding warrants, including motion to revoke probation and debit card abuse. Oliver was charged with fraudulent use and possession of identifying information, a second-degree felony, and possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine).

ABILENE, Texas -

A 22-year-old woman possessing documents indicating at least 32 separate identities is jailed in Taylor County on bonds totaling $786,750.

On Wednesday, the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office arrested Jaclyn Oliver for three outstanding warrants, including motion to revoke probation and debit card abuse.

Oliver was charged with fraudulent use and possession of identifying information, a second-degree felony, and possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine).

Oliver was taken into custody after law enforcement agents found a “substantial amount of evidence, related to identity theft and other fraud crime discovered,” according to a sheriff’s office news release.

Investigators with the Taylor County Sheriff Office’s Criminal Investigation Division assisted with processing evidence found in her vehicle, including documents containing at least 32 separate identities, evidence of at least two car burglaries and drug paraphernalia containing traces of methamphetamine, the release said.

The evidence is believed connected to crimes committed “by at least five people” in Taylor, Jones, Nolan, Runnells, Coleman and Callahan counties.

The investigation continues, the release said, and law enforcement officials are urging anyone with information to contact “your local law enforcement agency.”