Recently I have reported on a person who cared for the elderly but also stole their identities. I have also reported on a employee who stole the identities of her employer and her employer's daughter. I even reported on a radio personality who got caught stealing identities (among other things).
The latest you ask - a pharmacist.
Patrick Slifka, a pharmacist at a Cresco, Iowa's Medicap Pharmacy, has pled guilty to aggravated identity theft as well as wire fraud.
Basically, Slifka assumed the identity of a physician by using the physician's name and DEA number to submit fraudulent claims to Wellmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield for medications. Slifka now faces a minimum of 2 years in prison, a maximum of 20 years, $250,000 in fines and up to three years of supervised probation.
Hope those meds were worth it