Alaska Attorney General files lawsuit against California man alleging identity theft

FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The Alaska Attorney General has filed a lawsuit in an Anchorage superior court against a California man, alleging that he stole the identities of eight Alaska businesses.

The lawsuit says that Christopher Webb of Aliso Viejo, California set up a shell company to steal the identities of the businesses, and then used two of the stolen identities to apply for marijuana licenses in Alaska.

He listed addresses for the shell companies in Soldotna and Kenai.