OKLAHOMA CITY WOMAN SENTENCED TO SERVE A YEAR IN FEDERAL PRISON FOR IDENTITY THEFT
Ordered To Pay More Than $213,500 In Restitution to Her Former Employer
OKLAHOMA CITY – Earlier this week, ALEXANDRIA FISK, 45, of Oklahoma City, was sentenced to serve 12 months and one day in federal prison for identity theft, announced U.S. Attorney Robert J. Troester.
On May 4, 2023, Fisk was charged by Information with identity theft. According to public record, Fisk was hired to be a bookkeeper for three businesses owned by the same person. Court documents allege that on November 17, 2020, the business owner alerted authorities that checks had been issued without his consent to a company owned by Fisk.
On May 10, 2023, Fisk pleaded guilty to the Information. As part of her plea, Fisk admitted to using the identity of the victim, her former employer, to forge checks for her own personal use.
At the sentencing hearing on October 18, 2023, U.S. District Judge David L. Russell sentenced Fisk to serve 12 months and one day in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release. Judge Russell also ordered Fisk to pay $213,581.12 in restitution to the victim.
This case is the result of an investigation by the United States Secret Service, IRS Criminal Investigation, and the Oklahoma City Police Department. Assistant U.S. Attorney William E. Farrior prosecuted the case. Reference is made to public filings for additional information.