A West Burlington man is in jail after allegedly conspiring with two men to commit identity theft and theft of $7,000 worth of phones from Walmart.
David Jameson, 30, a Walmart employee, was arrested on multiple counts of identity theft, second-degree theft and attempt to commit a non-forcible felony.
The West Burlington Police Department learned of the situation when Timothy Anderson, a Des Moines man, made a complaint someone had stolen his identity to purchase a phone plan. Anderson was made aware of the purchase when he received a bill for nearly $200 from Verizon Wireless for the cellphone contract.
The complaint then was transferred to West Burlington, where the WBPD worked on the case with the Walmart theft prevention officer… Dallas County News