Tag Archives: identity theft
Alexandria, Virginia – A Maryland man was sentenced today to four years in prison for his role in a credit card fraud and identity theft scheme that stole over 5,000 credit card numbers and resulted in a loss of over … Continue reading
Alexandria, Virginia – A Maryland woman pleaded guilty today to her involvement in an identity theft and bank fraud scheme involving U.S. Treasury checks.
Sacramento, California – Vivian Wang, 54, of Alpharetta, Georgia, pleaded guilty today to wire fraud and aggravated identity theft related to a nationwide casino and credit card scheme, U.S. Attorney McGregor W. Scott announced.
Boston, Massachusetts – A Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles clerk was sentenced today in federal court in Boston for her role in a scheme to produce false identification documents. Evelyn Medina, 56, of Boston, was sentenced to 15 months in … Continue reading
Charlotte, North Carolina – U.S. Attorney R. Andrew Murray announced today that seven members and associates of a Charlotte-area hip-hop group known as the “FreeBandz Gang” or “FBG” have been indicted on federal charges in connection with a $1.2 million … Continue reading
Baltimore, Maryland – United States District Judge Ellen L. Hollander sentenced Robin Summers-Grace, age 50, of Baltimore, Maryland to 42 months in prison, followed by five years of supervised release, for bank fraud and aggravated identity theft. Summers-Grace’s co-conspirator, Joseph Pauling, … Continue reading
U.S. Attorney Louis D. Lappen announced Wednesday a Texas man was indicted on aggravated identity theft, mail fraud and wire fraud charges.
Man Living Under Assumed Identity Of U.S. Citizen Found Guilty Of Identity Theft And Social Security Fraud
Acting U.S. Attorney Stephen M. Schenning announced Friday a man living under the assumed name Cheyenne Moody Davis from 1997 was convicted of passport fraud, aggravated identity theft, social security fraud and voter fraud.
U.S. Attorney Dana J. Boente announced Thursday a Windsor woman was sentenced to nine years in prison for aggravated identity theft and bank fraud. Thirty-seven-year-old Amanda Porter-Eley previously admitted to utilizing stolen social security numbers to open bank accounts with … Continue reading
Acting U.S. Attorney Stephen M. Schenning announced Thursday a Maryland man was sentenced to 58 months in prison for conspiracy to commit access device fraud and aggravated identity theft.