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Police officer uses his job to steal people’s identity before selling it to fraudsters for $10,000 a month

By Mason White 2:49 PM January 11, 2017
Frantz Felisma
By: Chan Yuan

(Scroll down for video) A police officer of Florida, was denied bail after stealing identities of many people by accessing their information using the police database.

A judge denied him bail after ruling that the officer, who is originally from Haiti and his mother still lives there, is a flight risk and he may intimate witnesses.

Officer Frantz Felisma, 42, of Boynton Beach, was arrested after one of those men who bought the identities, was arrested for a host of crimes.

Kesner Joaseus, 47, who is a felon, told police that he paid the officer $10,000 a month to access information from innocent people.

Investigators said that officer Felisma, worked with thugs, who targeted people driving nice cars.

The criminals gave Felisma the license plate numbers of their targets, and he then searched the police database and handed over the victims’ personal information including their social security numbers.

The criminals than used that information to open credit cards by pretending to be the victims.

Felisma, who is a former goalkeeper for the Haitian national soccer team, became a U.S. citizen and has worked as a sheriff’s deputy for about seven years before was arrested for the crime that occurred over a period of 18 months.