Saturday, February 18, 2006

Employee uses info from credit application to track down and rape customer

This is a chilling story: A convicted murderer employed at a car dealership in Salt Lake County, Utah, used information from a female customer's credit application to track her down to her home and rape her. See: Salesman accused of raping customer.

There is no mention in the article of whether the employee should have had access to that information in connection with his job. It does mention that the employee, who had previous convictions and an oustanding warrant in California, managed to get a clean bill of health during the criminal records check part of the state's screening for car salesmen.

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