FORMER AMTRAK EMPLOYEE SENTENCED FOR IDENTITY THEFT
Dominique Henley, a former Amtrak baggageman based in Chicago, pleaded guilty to identity theft and was sentenced in the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois, on April 20, 2022, to 24 months’ probation. Our investigation found that Henley was in possession of 21 Social Security cards and 13 state and government-issued identification cards belonging to 21 different individuals. We found that of the 21 individuals’ identification documents in his possession, 19 were previously located in the Chicago Union Station lost and found or were reported lost on Amtrak trains. Henley was terminated from employment on November 3, 2020.