According to Bridgefort, Britt received 30 days of federal service
He was convicted of conspiracy to commit credit card fraud
Officials said earlier this year.
Latvia m. Colvin was sentenced by Judge Janet Bond Arthropan to 30 days in New Haven.
A Connecticut U.S. attorney, John, said he spent seven months in prison and was released after two years.
Dura was there too.
Between September 2015 and July 2017, a 33-year-old Britford resident used the internet to search for a man, including a dark
Identify victim information.
Colvin contacted the credit card company
The victim changed their mailing address to a specific account
The address was also found as a fraudulent credit card application
On behalf of the victims.
Colvin then sent a credit card
Bridgeport House, used them personally and purchased items online.
It also withdraws money for ATMs.
On July 9, Colvin pleaded guilty to fraud.
Seven people, most of whom are elderly, were faced with a plan, according to a press release.
Orton ordered Colvin to return 27,718.35
Financial institutions with losses
Sacrifices were made.
He was released on $ 25,000 bail and ordered to enter prison on February 11, 2020.