From the following news article:
An investigation by the Office of Attorney General found that Latimer used her cell phone to take photos of patient information forms and licenses while working at Axia Women’s Health in Montgomery County. She then used this information to open credit cards and spend more than $31,000 on purchases from Wayfair, an online furniture company, among other things.
Latimer is charged with 27 counts of Identity Theft, seven counts of Theft, four counts of Computer Theft and one count of Forgery.https://www.databreaches.net/pa-medical-assistant-charged-with-stealing-and-misusing-patient-identity-information/
The criminal complaint has numerous details about how she allegedly stole at least seven identities and used them to fraudulently order items through Wayfair:
The last few pages are a good read as it outlines each victim and how they were impacted by her alleged crimes. Some of her other crimes involve stealing a U-Haul truck and fraudulently applying for leases with stolen identities.
Latimer was also known to stay unsupervised during her lunches and after hours at the clinic. In one case she tripped the alarm and her supervisor gave her the alarm code to reset the alarm.