Teachers who Live in Rutherford County, but Teach in Nashville May Have had Identity Stolen

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Perhaps you live in Rutherford County, but work in Davidson County as a teacher. If that is the case, your private and personal information could have been stolen by a Nashville man. 


The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation arrested a former state employee for identity theft trafficking after sending personal information of approximately 6,300 Nashville Metro School teachers and state employees to his personal email account. 

Steven Hunter, 24, of Hermitage, was arrested Thursday night and booked into the Davidson County Jail on a $10,000 bond. He has since posted bond and been released from jail. The Tennessee Department of Treasury hired Hunter in July of 2013 and discovered that Hunter emailed names, addresses and social security numbers from his state email account to his personal email account last week. After TBI seized his computer from his home, a forensic analysis of the computer showed that Hunter had researched selling social security numbers and read about individuals arrested for identity theft. TBI does not have any evidence that Hunter has disseminated any of the personal information he obtained.


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