A Georgia man was sentenced yesterday in federal district court in Boston for his role in a bogus advance fee Jamaican lottery scheme in which victims were defrauded of more than $1 million.
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Each defendant is charged with one count of conspiring to commit bank fraud, three counts of bank fraud, and three counts of aggravated identity theft.
The man is a licensed insurance agent who operates out of his home.
. Examination revealed the phones were counterfeit. As a result, CBP seized those items. The counterfeit merchandise has an aggregate manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $31,200.
67 illegal aliens from Guatemala and Ecuador, including six unaccompanied teenagers, in a stash house in Dexter, New Mexico were found by ICE agents.