Virginia Beach man pleads guilty in identity theft, fraud (Bon Secours DePaul Medical Center follow-up)
Lauren King reports:
A Virginia Beach man pleaded guilty today to aggravated identity theft and participating in a scheme to defraud Navy Federal Credit Union, according to a news release from the U.S. Attorneyâ€™s Office in the eastern district of Virginia.
Jorge Luis Silva-Davalos, 29, is to be sentenced Jan. 22 and faces up to 30 years for the financial institution fraud plus a mandatory, consecutive two-year term in prison for the aggravated identity theft, the news release said.
According to court documents, between December 2007 and February 2008, Silva-Davalos, with others, defrauded financial institutions, including the credit union, by creating bogus car loans using stolen identities of patients from a local hospital and neighbors of a member of the scheme, the news release said.
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