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Corrupt US Postal Service Mail Carrier Sentenced to 111 Months for Fraud Scheme

03
Nov
2013

A corrupt US Postal Service mail carrier has been sentenced to 111 months in prison and three years of supervised release for being involved in a stolen identity refund fraud scheme. The man, Vernon Harrison, of Montgomery, Alabama, will also have to pay $82,791 (61,082) restitution.

In July, Harrison was found guilty of conspiracy to file false claims, aggravated identity theft, mail fraud and embezzlement from the mail.

The scheme Harrison took part in was ac…

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