Jackson woman claims identity theft to avoid paying 10K onling gambling debt …

View full sizeDiana Zolla, 31, of Jackson 

JACKSON — A township woman has been charged for attempting to avoid paying her gambling debts by claiming her identity was stolen, police said.

Diana Zolla, 31, alerted authorities in January that someone had created an online gambling account using her maiden name and lost $9,565, state police announced in a news release today.

By reviewing banking, online gambling and internet service provider records, authorities determined Zolla was the one who created the account, police said.

She was arrested and charged with theft by deception on April 30. Zolla was released pending an appearance at Atlantic County Superior Court.

Article source: http://www.nj.com/ocean/index.ssf/2014/05/jackson_woman_arrested_for_creating_fake_account_to_avoid_paying_online_gambling_debt.html

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