All I can say is Hallejah. I hope she doesn't get in trouble. Here is a shout out to Utah adoptees.
Here is the link.
FARMINGTON - Prosecutors say a North Ogden woman stole hundreds of confidential adoption records from the clerk's office of the 2nd District Court to sell them to adopted children who hoped to identify their biological parents.
Jill Ekstrom, 43, has been charged with second-degree felony theft.
Assistant Davis County Attorney Rick Westmoreland says about 500 records on five rolls of microfilm were stolen. He says that not all the files were adoptions, but adoption records were the confidential records Ekstrom was after.
Ekstrom has no upcoming court date, but a telephone scheduling conference is set for Jan. 22.