Bits ‘n Pieces

In the justice system:

  • Kimberly Taylor, a former loan officer at Advantage Loans Inc. in Fayetteville, was sentenced to federal prison Monday, more than two years after her license was revoked for falsifying documents and stealing clients’ personal information to borrow money. More.
  • Hugh Rodley and David Nash have been convicted for their parts in trying to steal £229m from the London branch of Sumitomo Mitsui Bank in a botched scheme that had inside assistance. More.
  • Ayomide Michael Akinuli, a Nigerian immigrant caught with what amounted to an identity theft kit during a traffic stop on Interstate 95, was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison Tuesday by a judge in Delaware District Court. More.
  • Ricardo Eslava of Venezuela was sentenced for using American Express cards that did not belong to him. Police found 200 card numbers on his computer in addition to 8 cards he had on him at the time of his arrest. More.

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