LAKEWOOD, Colorado (KUSA) - A lucky waitress came face-to-face with the woman accused of stealing her identity.
Lakewood, Colorado police say we can all learn a lesson from what happened next.
Brianna Priddy's wallet was stolen on February 13 during a night out with friends.
On February 25 a customer came to the Applebee's in Lakewood where Priddy works as a server.
At first, they looked like any other customers but Priddy soon learned who they really were.
"Four people come in, walk in, sit down. They start ordering drinks. This girl hands me my ID as a fake ID," Priddy said.
It had been a rough couple of weeks for Priddy.
"My wallet was stolen. It was a pain in the butt," Priddy said.
They took her cash, credit cards, and worst of all her driver's license.
Someone was using her identity, writing hundreds of dollars in bad checks.
Now that someone, was sitting in Priddy's section.