ATLANTA (AP) - Two men who used phony IDs, including those of
members of the military serving overseas, to access bank accounts
have been sentenced to federal prison for fraud.
Prosecutors say 32-year-old Jermaine Aldred of Atlanta was
ordered Thursday to serve six years and four months and to pay more
than $700,000 restitution after pleading guilty Sept. 25 to
aggravated identity theft and access device card fraud.
Dontarrion Bratton of Austell was sentenced to two years, six
months and must repay more than $150,000. The 31-year-old Bratton
pleaded guilty to access device card fraud.
Officials say Aldred and Bratton were identified in video
surveillance purchasing money orders using stolen debit card
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