Maryland man convicted of using counterfeit credit cards, Acting US Attorney Donald E. Clark recently announced
U.S. District Judge John A. Woodcock, Jr., sentenced Charles Harris, 38, to eight months in prison and three years on probation. He was also ordered to pay approximately $ 1,000 in restitution. Harris pleaded guilty in December 2020.
According to court records, in December 2018, Harris and his co-accused, Bryan Boley, used counterfeit credit cards at retail outlets in Maine. Credit card numbers were purchased online.
Harris’ co-accused, Boley, was sentenced to 22 months in prison and three years on probation on November 15, 2019.
the American secret services; Maine State Police; and Auburn, Brunswick, Cape Elizabeth and Yarmouth Police Services investigated the matter.
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