× Kayson Allen, 33, of Jersey City, and an employee of the U.S. Postal Service, was charged with insurance fraud and identity theft this week, according to Attorney General Christopher S. Porrino and the Office of the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor (OIFP).Allen was also charged for allegedly trafficking in stolen identities for allegedly obtaining the personal information of others and allegedly using it to manufacture phony identification cards and file four fraudulent insurance claims totaling more than $14,000. Allen, a janitorial employee of the United States Postal Service (USPS) who worked in the Trenton Processing and Distribution Center, allegedly manufactured a cache of fraudulent identities using information stolen from personnel records at the Trenton facility.Allen’s alleged criminal activities began when he was stopped by US Customs and Border Protection officers while trying to re-entry into the United States after a one-day trip to Canada in September 2013. A subsequent investigation revealed that Allen possessed more than 50 documents containing personal identifying information of other individuals, including Social Security numbers, falsified drivers licenses, insurance policy applications, bills and bank account information, without authorization. The case was referred to the Office of Insurance Fraud Prosecutor early last year.