PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A Keizer man was arrested after a financial company found a data breach and fraudulent accounts in employees’ names.
Keizer police said a Homeside Financial L.L.C. employee’s son, Jackson Hansen, synched a laptop to get data from the company’s server.
Hansen allegedly created accounts and transferred money and also created at least 80 fraudulent credit card applications and a loan against a victim’s 401(k).
Police searched Hansen’s home and found a checkbook in a victim’s name and some methamphetamine.
There were at least 11 victims affected.
Hansen faces nine counts of identity theft, two counts of computer crimes, theft, attempted theft, attempted forgery and unlawful possession of methamphetamine. He is being held on $945,000 bail.