A Florida man is facing 27 months after pleading guilty to theft.
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26-year-old Cavens Lewis Plantation, Florida (USA) was found guilty Tuesday. District Court Judge G. Sterns. He wants to serve
Christina DiLorio-Sterling, Attorney General’s spokesman was released after being released from prison
He said Lewis pleaded guilty to receiving theft and personal theft.
He and three colleagues were charged with fraud in April. Four related people, number of social security, study
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They traveled east to protest in Maine, New Hampshire and other states.
They use credit cards to withdraw money from ATMs and buy gift cards and other events.
The other defendants, Lexon Appleton and Peter Baloni, had previously pleaded guilty and were acquitted.
He says he received a two-year sentence from Fred Alki.
The U.S. Postal Service is investigating the case along with the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
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