Women Sentenced To Prison For Identity Theft Ring Targeting Non-Profits In Ventura, Los Angeles Counties County

Posted on Friday, June 15, 2012 3:07pm


A Los Angeles County woman has been sentenced to two years in prison for her role in an identity theft ring which targeted non-profit groups in Ventura, and Los Angeles Counties.

Roseanne Verzosa of Canyon County received the sentence after pleading guilty to three counts of felony identity theft, and one count of possessing a fraudulent check. Prosecutors say the 27 year old woman was arrested while trying to pass a bad check in Simi Valley, and when Simi Valley police searched her car, they found hundreds of fraudulent checks, and stolen mail. The bad checks listed the payers as non-profit groups in Ventura, and Los Angeles Counties.


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