RadiumOne, the company whose CEO was recently fired for being involved in a domestic violence and battery incident, is still under the spotlight as one of their engineers has been caught for identity theft:
The government issued a federal warrant for his arrest on September 10, 2008. The grand jury’s seven-count indictment charged Anderson with identity theft, using stolen credit card numbers, possessing machines for making credit cards, and attempting to steal a Social Security number.
Smith could not be reached for comment, but his attorney Stephen Sady, a federal public defender in Portland, offered this statement: “Brad has been living as a productive and pro-social member of the community for the past six years. We have every intention of working with the government to assure that any harms from the past are remedied, and [we] look forward to Brad continuing to provide his expertise and creativity in the tech community.” READ MORE