Connecticut woman accused of credit card fraud
The city was jailed for 30 days for credit card fraud.
Authorities checked it earlier this year.
Jane Bond, Latik M. Aristotle Colvin of New Haven was imprisoned for 30 days.
He was sentenced to seven months in prison and a Connecticut lawyer was released on probation for two years.
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The 33-year-old Bridgegeport resident used the Internet with a black network from September 2015 to July 2017.
Identify multiple data victims.
Covin contacted the credit card company and used the victim’s information to change his mailing address.
He received a fake credit card instead of the victim.
After sending his credit card to Bridge Bridge, Calvin used it to buy his goods online.
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On July 9, Kelvin pleaded guilty to a felony.
Thirty-seven people, most of them elderly, were reportedly victims of the plan.
Orton instructed Kelvin to pay 27,718.35 to financial institutions.
They are victims
He released 2,000 people and received the death penalty on February 11, 2020.