FL: Stolen ID scheme sends Tampa couple to federal prison

Another installment of an ID theft scheme previously covered on this site and phiprivacy.net. TBO reports:

A Tampa woman has been sentenced to 11½ years in federal prison for her role in a stolen identity scheme that used medical records from area hospitals and other sources.

Eneshia Carlyle pleaded guilty Nov. 26 to wire fraud and aggravated identity theft.

As part of her sentence, she was ordered pay a $1,820,759 fine and restitution in the same amount, U.S. Attorney Lee Bentley said Thursday in a news release.

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