The Indiana B.M.V. caught its first case of identity theft since the new facial recognition software went into effect November, 2008. David Grice has been arrested for obtaining six Indiana drivers license. Each had a different name and address. Police say Grice was caught in Crawfordsville, while trying to get a seventh I.D. He is in the Montgomery County Jail in Crawfordsville, on seven felony counts. His hearing is scheduled for July twenty-fifth. Identity theft has become the fastest growing crime in the nation. If you have taken an I.D. picture recently you know that glasses, hats, scarves or smiles are no longer allowed. This is to help protect your identity through measurements of your face.