A Crossville man has reported that he has been a victim of identify fraud. 33 year old Kendall Cessna spoke with Sgt Craig Poole of the White County Sheriff’s Department on Tuesday October 12th about the incident. Cessna told Poole that his employer, Lamont Trucking of Crossville had received a notice of claim benefit on employment security and that he had just been notified of the information. Cessna told Poole that he had never filed for such a claim and he believes someone was using his personal information fraudulently. Copies were made of the papers and a report was placed on file with the WCSD.
On October 12th, Sgt Craig Poole with the WCSD responded to the One Stop Gas Station at 717 South First Street in Enfield in regards to an individual driving off without paying for gasoline. Poole spoke with Connie Welch who said that around 1:30 PM Jason Victor Laymance of Enfield had pumped $30 worth of gas and had come into the store to pay but said someone else had his card. He told Welch that he would return to pay for the fuel but never came back. Welch told Poole that she wanted to sign a complaint again Laymance for Theft. Welch said she had video proof of the incident which was viewed by Poole. Cashier Rebecca Flowers witnessed the incident and provided a written statement as well. Poole then went to the Laymance residence but no one answered the door. No further information has been provided on the incident at this time.