A man from Florida was sentenced to 27 months in prison for stealing an identity document and leaving.
Placing letters on behalf of victims at home using the U.S. Postal Service Information System.
Lewis, 26, of a Florida plantation, was convicted in the United States on Tuesday.
Judge Richard J. He will serve one year.
Christina said she was released on bail after being released from prison
DeLorio-Sterling, Deputy Chief Prosecutor Andrew Lele.
Lewis pleaded guilty in June to fraud and robbery.
In April, he and three other producers were charged with fraud. Four names of the victim, social number, birth details
Black web data, addresses, applications and credit cards. Used by the US Postal Service.
Delivery of a credit card for tracking the victim after sending it to his address,
The men went to the east coast with various underwater details.
Tribes like Maine, New Hamphire, and Massachusetts. Used
Credit cards are purchased from ATMs and gift cards
Some products are sold in stores.
Lexon Appleon and Peter Baloni have already pleaded guilty
Cell phone fraud and two years in prison
He said that Fred Alcius’ prison was disabled.
The U.S. Department of Revenue investigates this case
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