One night in Bridgeport, he was jailed for 30 days for credit card fraud.
He was sentenced earlier this year, officials said.
Earlier on Thursday, the orphanage letter M.C. by Janet Bond Colvin was sentenced to 30 days in prison.
According to a Connecticut newspaper, John was sentenced to seven months and two years in prison
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A 33-year-old Bridgeport resident used the Internet, including the Dark Web, to find a man between September 2015 and July 2017.
Identify various information about victims.
Colvin contacted the credit card company and used the victim’s information to change the account’s mailing address.
He also received a fake credit card from the victim’s address and applied.
After Colvin sent a credit card to his home in Bridgeport, he bought personal belongings and online.
Get money from ATMs.
On September 9, Colvin pleaded guilty.
Seventy-five people, including seniors, fell victim to the event, according to a press release.
To reduce the loss, Arterton asked Calvin to pay the financial institution 27,718.35.
The cruelty is over.
He was released with a $ 200,000 fine and will be released in 2020. He was informed that he would be arrested.