A Miami corrections officer was arrested Thursday in Alachua County on credit card fraud charges, officials said.
Daniel Maldonado, 28, was found with tax refund debit cards, a bundle of cash and a ledger that contained the personal information of 323 people, the Gainesville Sun reported.
Maldonado, a North Miami Beach resident, is a juvenile detention officer at the Miami-Dade Regional Juvenile Detention Center in Miami where he supervised children, C.J. Drake, a spokesman for the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, told the Sun.
Drake said the agency was reviewing his case and would take disciplinary action if needed.
Officials with the Alachua County Drug Task Force stopped Maldonado on Interstate 75 after he appeared to be driving with illegal tinted windows, according to an arrest report.
When police pulled him over, Maldonado appeared nervous, the report said.
A search of his vehicle revealed the ledger that contained the Social Security numbers and dates of birth for hundreds of people.
Maldonado faces multiple charges including possession of counterfeit credit cards, giving fraudulent statements and 323 counts for illegally using another person’s identification information, the report said.
He was taken to the Alachua County jail on $350,000 bond, jail records show.
It wasn't immediately known if he had an attorney.