A Bridport woman was sentenced to 30 days in prison for credit card debt
Authorities said they were found guilty this year.
Mr. Latrice decided. Judge Janet Bond Arterfontein of Colvin, New Haven, was sentenced Thursday to 30 days in prison
Seven months in prison and a two-year publication in the American Connecticut Journal
Durham did just that.
A 35-year-old Bridgeport resident went online from September 2015 to July 2017, also on the dark network. Find a Man.
Select information about various victims.
Colvin consulted with issuing credit cards and used the victim’s information to change the shipping address of other accounts.
At his address, he turns to a fake credit card and discovers the names of the victims.
After sending the credit cards to the Cologne Bridgeport House, the products were purchased online and offline.
Withdraw cash at ATMs.
In July, Cologne pleaded guilty to counterfeiting
According to the report, older people have identified thirty people.
Arterton has asked Cologne to reimburse the seven affected financial institutions.
He was injured.
He was released on parole of 200,200,000 and sentenced to life in prison by 2020. March 11