Decmber 22, 2012
A former U.S. Marine from North Miami was sentenced Friday to nearly five years in prison for stealing the identities of more than 100 fellow Marines stationed with him in c, as part of a plot to claim thousands of dollars in fraudulent income-tax refunds in their names.
Jobson Cenor, 23, pleaded guilty to wire fraud and aggravated identity theft in October.
According to court records, Cenor corresponded with a Coral Springs woman via e-mail to use the Marines’ names, dates of birth and Social Security numbers to file the phony tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service.
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