Last Member Of $1M Bank Fraud Scheme Jailed For 25 Months

By William Gorta (October 12, 2016, 4:45 PM EDT) -- The final member of a "massive and sophisticated bank fraud scheme" that stole nearly $1 million from Bank of America and Wells Fargo, among others, was sentenced in a Seattle federal courtroom to 25 months in prison, officials announced Wednesday.

U.S. District Judge Richard A. Jones also imposed five years of post-release supervision on Shawn Andre Turner at the Oct. 7 sentencing. Turner pled guilty in April to aggravated identity theft and three counts of bank fraud in the "Bank Liq" fraud scheme, in which he induced victims to grant him access to their bank accounts and ripped them off for...

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