A local woman has been sentenced to 30 days in jail for selling a credit card fraud program
Authorities pleaded guilty earlier this year.
Alts M. Calhoun was sentenced to 30 days in New Haven on Monday and then arrested.
Lawyer John said in a press release that he was sentenced to seven months in prison and two years in prison
The 33-year-old Bridgeport resident used the Internet, including the Dark Network, to find a man from September 2015 to July
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Callers contacted the credit card company and used the victim’s information to change the mailing address in several accounts.
His address asks for and receives a fake credit card and the names of the victims
When Colvin sent the cards home to Bridgeport, he just bought online.
Colvin agreed to send the deception on July 9.
According to the journalists, thirty-seven people, most of them officers, were affected by the program.
Orton Colvin 7 27,718.35 required return on distribution of financial institutions.
He was released on $ 25,000 bond and was released on Feb. 11, 2020.