WOMAN SENTENCED TO PRISON FOR IDENTITY THEFT AND FINANCIAL CARD FORGERY

Marilyn Aragon

Charlotte Alerts

An identity theft scheme landed a woman in prison for two years

In February 2020 Marilyn Aragon, 21, pled guilty in a Charlotte, NC court to identity theft, obtaining property by false pretenses, and five counts of financial card forgery.

She was sentenced to 12-24 months in prison; that sentence was suspended pending her successful completion of 36 months of supervised probation.

Marilyn used stolen debit credit card numbers to purchase merchandise from a business in 2017 in and around Charlotte, NC.

In one case Marilyn used a woman's Fifth Third Bank Debit MasterCard for weeks in December 2017. The victim stated that her stolen card was used at ATM's, 7-Eleven, Wal-Mart's, Harris Teeter, Food Lion, and Cook-Out.

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