A Florida man faces 27 months in prison after pleading guilty to stealing his ID.
Using the United States Postal Service Notification System, the cards can be cut at the victims’ homes.
Kevin Lewis, 26, who lives on a Florida farm, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Richard Kennedy. Wright also issued a death
Spokeswoman Christina Dillorio-Sterling said the prison sentence would be more than a year after her release.
Lewis said in June that he was involved in crime and identity theft.
He and three other aides were set up in April for fraud. Four ways to reach victims, social connections, births
Addresses and addresses are displayed online and on your credit card. They immediately notified the US service
Check as soon as they interrupt the destination address.
The men went to the East Coast and were kidnapped in Maine, New Hampshire and many other states
Massachusetts. They used credit cards to withdraw cash from ATMs and buy gift cards and other resale items.
Store, he said.
The other defendants, Lucan Apollo and Peter Peloni, had previously pleaded guilty and were acquitted.
Two years in prison. He said Fred’s screen name was a refugee.
The lawsuit was filed in the US by an American law firm for the US Postal Investigation Service
Florida County, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Internal Security Investigation and Harvard Police;
Norfolk; Cherbon; Weston; Fort Lauderdale, Florida; He said there were plantations in Kitty, Maine and Florida.