Man accused of stealing identities of Josephine County residents

Cave Junction, Ore.- A Josephine County man is accused of stealing mail and identities from several residents.

Josephine County Sheriff’s Office first made contact with Daniel James Gundmundson, 47, on March 13. According to the Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to reports of a man trespassing at a local business. When they arrived, they found Gundmundson. Deputies say he was carrying several credit and debit cards, personal documents and pieces of mail that didn’t belong to him.

While investigating, deputies discovered several victims of identity and mail theft.

Gundmundson was arrested and lodged at the Josephine County Jail on 17 counts of Identity Theft, one county of Mail Theft and one count of Theft 2.

At this point, 14 victims have been identified. Anyone with information about the case, or who may be a victim, is encouraged to call the Josephine County Sheriff’s Office at 541-474-5123.

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