Altoona Man Accused of Identity Theft Waives Rights to Hearing

CLEARFIELD – An Altoona man accused of multiple counts of identity theft waived his right to a preliminary hearing on Wednesday.

Robert Francis Voigt faces 26 counts of identity theft, 25 counts of theft by deception and 25 counts of access device fraud.

According to court records Voight worked at a car dealership in Altoona. A Clearfield County man went there to purchase a vehicle. Voight had access to the man’s name, date of birth and social security number. Voight reportedly used that personal information to apply for credit cards. He received one from Orchard Bank.

Records show that multiple purchases were made with the card at Sheetz stores and liquor stores, as well as other stores. Police viewed surveillance footage of Voight making purchase with the card at various locations.

A total of $332.83 in goods and services was purchased using the card.

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