BALTIMORE (AP) — A Baltimore man has been sentenced to more than six years in prison for wire fraud conspiracy and identity theft.
Thirty-year-old Tavares Davon Miller was also ordered to pay more than $105,000 in restitution at sentencing Wednesday in federal court in Baltimore.
According to his plea agreement, in September and October 2012, Miller obtained the identifying information of at least 10 people, and used that information to make driver’s licenses and credit cards.
Prosecutors say Miller and a conspirator went to motorcycle dealers and retailers throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, buying vehicles, electronics and jewelry.
Authorities say Miller then sold the items.
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