The leader of a Denver-based identity theft group has sentenced him to 24 years in prison
On Monday, a 29-year-old man was sentenced to 24 years in prison for stealing identity cards and stealing a garage in the
A Jefferson County judge convicted Michael Mancas in 43 cases in August, including a group of organized criminals from Colorado.
Laws on the control of participation in operating models, according to the office of the public prosecutor
The report indicates that seven offenses have been committed and convicted. Prosecutors Said It Was Monkuso
The head of a criminal enterprise.
The ring received financial and personal information, including the victim’s name, address, credit card number and safety.
Code and expiration date. With the help of bitcoins bought from ATMs, the team goes to Dark Web and buys Chase.
Information on the victim card for railway victims. Then purchase Visa card products and services
He informs taxpayers of the product and uses the money tables.
Manchas has been sexually abused eight times. In April 2018, police officers tried to force him to ride a bike
From home shop
According to the DA’s office, Mankusu and his staff run a 35-year-old company for promotion. Business members
Shop for items such as bikes, jewelry, clothing, cars and musical instruments with credit card information. They came
Prosecutors said the cases were sold at retail. The system involves more than 000 1,000,000 and 2,000 in fake deals
Financial data successfully accelerated.
Last year, a bicycle shop owner in Austut helped police arrest Manosu. It is said that they heard of another man’s conspiracy
Mankuso said he took the bike he was looking for before contacting police.
When the sheep came back, they had to go to the store for them.
He was arrested at Jefferson, Build and Clerk.