State Employee Charged With Using Fake ID To Receive Tax Credits
7-17-12 (Minneapolis, MN) -- A state employee has been indicted for allegedly using a fake identity to receive 18-thousand dollars in low-income housing tax credits. Fifty-three-year-old Oluremi George of Woodbury is charged with Social Security fraud, making false statements and passport fraud. Federal prosecutors say George used the name Victoria Ayoola and a fraudulent Social Security number to apply for housing assistance for a low-income townhome. George's salary from 2009 through 2011 was above the income limit to be eligible to live in one of the units. She is also accused of using the Ayoola name on a driver's license and passport application. George was reportedly working in the Minnesota Secretary of State's office during that time.