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The leader of an identity theft gang has been sentenced to 24 years in prison

On Monday, the 29-year-old was sentenced to 24 years in prison for identity cards and alternative placement.

A Jefferson County judge found Michael Mancus guilty on Aug. 43, which includes organized crime in Colorado.
According to the law of the district prosecutors’ office for the regulation of equipment

According to the report, seven defendants were found guilty and convicted Prosecutors described Mancus
The chief of the criminal enterprise.

Access to financial and personal information, such as name, address, credit card number, victim safety
Codes and add-ons. With Bitcoins bought at ATMs, the team went online and bought Chase.
Visa card for victims on the train. After that he bought goods and services with a Visa card.
Information on goods and services.

Manquos will serve the previous eight penalties. When he tried to steal his bicycle, he was chased by the gold police
district supermarket.

According to the district prosecutor’s office, Mankus and his party treated 35 people dishonestly. Member company
Shop with bicycles, jewelry, clothing, cars and musical instruments such as credit card information. They want to do it
Then they sell homemade products according to the accusation. The contract includes more than $ 38,000 in fraud and $ 20,000.
Thinner wants to use financial information.

The owner of a smart gold bike shop helped capture Mancus last year. He admits that they hear how others agree
Mancuso told Mancuso to identify the bike he had requested before calling the police and the police.
When Mancuso returns, make sure they’re in the store.

Jefferson, Boulder and Creek Creek wanted them when they were caught.


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