Westchester woman gets 3 years for ID theft

A judge sentenced a Westchester woman to up to three years in prison Monday after she pleaded guilty to stealing the identities of two teachers

Aimee Stark, 42, in November admitted she altered Social Security cards and drivers' licenses of two victims in Nassau County.

Aimee Stark, 42, in November admitted she altered Social Security cards and drivers' licenses of two victims in Nassau County. (2/6/17)

YONKERS - A judge sentenced a Westchester woman to up to three years in prison Monday after she pleaded guilty to stealing the identities of two teachers of children with autism.

Aimee Stark, 42, in November admitted she altered Social Security cards and drivers' licenses of two victims in Nassau County.

She also made thousands of dollars working under fraudulent credentials after her own teaching license was revoked.

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