A Connecticut woman has been sentenced to prison sentence with credit cards
BRIGPORT A woman has been sentenced to 30 days for fraud with a federal credit card
Authorities say they were convicted earlier this year.
Judge and others. Bond Arterfon on Thursday sentenced Latris M. to 30 days in New Haven. Colvin then
A U.S. attorney was sentenced to one month, two years in prison
Durham told you.
The 33-year-old members of the bridge have been using the Internet from September to July 2015, including dark networks.
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Colvin contacted the credit card company and used the victims information to change the email address on the personal account.
at his address. She took out a credit card.
After having a credit card at Bridge Bridge, Colvin used them to buy clothes and online.
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Colvin was found not guilty on September 9.
According to the report, 37 people were identified as senior citizens involved in the project.
Etherton Colvin has been ordered to repurchase 27,778.35 shares in the company.
He has a purpose.
It will be issued a $ 25,000 bond and will hang in 2020. November. 11