Akron man could face 40 years in prison after stealing credit card info from mother’s business

Tonya Sams reports:

A 46-year-old Akron man faces a maximum of 40 years in prison after pleading guilty Friday in Summit County Common Pleas Court for stealing credit card information from customers at his mother’s dry cleaning business and writing bad checks to the state.

Michael Bukuts was guilty of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, telecommunications fraud, identification fraud, grand theft, passing bad checks, forgery, theft from the elderly, tampering with records and failure to pay state sales tax.

Bukuts was accused in May 2009 of taking credit card information from customers of DC LeClair Dry Cleaning, a company owned by his mother…

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