Fraudster Convicted in $3M Scheme Using Stolen Identities

A California man was convicted in a scheme involving fraud, stolen identities, money laundering, and other crimes that generated at least $3 million in cash, cars, and loans, federal prosecutors announced.

Turhan Lemont Armstrong, 49, was found guilty of all 51 counts in a grand jury indictment, which included charges of conspiracy to commit financial institution fraud, financial institution fraud, making false statements to financial institutions, conspiracy to commit money laundering, money laundering, conspiracy to commit access device (credit card) fraud, access device fraud, interstate transportation of stolen vehicles, and aggravated identity theft, the office of U.S. Attorney for the Central District of California said in a statement Monday… KTLA5 News