All in the family update: Second Sister Gets Prison in Tax Identity Theft Scheme

Wheeler News Service reports the latest development in a case previously noted on this blog:

A second sister from Milwaukee is going to prison for stealing identities to get more than $234,000 in bogus state income tax refunds.

38-year-old Sharon Staten will spend 10 years behind bars and 10 more on supervision on counts of false tax credits, ID theft, and theft-by-fraud. 13 other charges were dropped in a plea deal, and she must pay about $200,000 in restitution.


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