Attorney Robert N. Wilkey’s employer was surprised to learn Friday that the associate it had hired from the plaintiffs boutique located a few floors up had been charged by Upper Saucon Township police with identity theft less than a week earlier.

The Lehigh County district attorney’s office announced last week that Wilkey had been charged with three counts of first degree misdemeanor identity theft for allegedly using a client’s personal information to apply for three credit cards.

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