Ex-president of Charlotte car dealership receives 5 years probation in ID theft case

Rick Rothacker reports:

The former president of a Charlotte-based classic car dealership was sentenced last week to five years probation on federal mail fraud and identity theft charges, according to court documents filed in federal court in Cincinnati.

For more than 22 years, Joseph M. Carroll used an Ohio man’s Social Security number to take out more than 20 loans and lines of credit, prosecutors have said in court documents.

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