Woman sentenced in UCM identity theft case

As a follow-up on a case previously covered on this blog,  there was a small story in the Kansas City Star that Amanda J. Drake  was sentenced to six months in prison for an identity theft scheme that targeted University of Central Missouri students.  Drake’s husband is a former university police officer who was previously sentenced.

So the husband was the insider who obtained the student info and he got five years probation, while the wife who obtained the fraudulent credit cards got six months in prison.

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