Former Sardis City employee arrested in connection with identity theft

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A former Sardis City employee was arrested Tuesday on a charge of first-degree identify theft, according to Sheriff Jonathon Horton.

Robert Warren Sandusky, 32, of Oneonta, faces the felony charge, Investigator Shannon Thomas said.

He is accused of using Sardis City’s name and federal tax ID number to obtain services from March 2017 until the present, without having permission from Sardis City or the administration's knowledge.

Sandusky hasn't been employed by the town in several years, according to the sheriff.

Sandusky turned himself into the sheriff's office and posted a $5,000 bond.

Contact Gadsden Times reporter Donna Thornton at 256-393-3284 or donna.thornton@gadsdentimes.com.

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