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Windsor Mill woman charged with multiple counts of identity fraud

A woman is charged with six counts of identity fraud for allegedly using a Carroll County woman's personal identifying information to rent apartments, purchase a car and open financial accounts.

Kim Dakota Boyd, of the 2300 block of Rogate Circle in Windsor Mill, was released from the Carroll County Detention Center Monday after posting $5,000 bail, according to a detention center spokeswoman.

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Boyd allegedly rented apartments in Owings Mills using the victim's information in December 2012, then purchased a car later that month, according to charging documents. Boyd allegedly also rented the Windsor Mill apartment using the victim's information in 2013.

In March 2013, Boyd also allegedly applied for and was approved for a credit card using the victim's identifying information.

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Police were alerted to the alleged fraud in June 2013, when the victim received a letter from a creditor referencing an outstanding balance, according to the documents.

Ten days after the alleged victim called the police, Boyd allegedly secured a loan with a bank in Randallstown, according to the documents.

Boyd was charged in the Circuit Court for Carroll County and has a court trial scheduled for July 7, according to electronic court files.

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