Aspiring Hip-Hop Rapper Sentenced For Role In Massive Identity-Theft Ring

Posted By Attorney Robert M. Bernstein || 5-Jun-2013

Aspiring Southern California hip-hop rapper Keley Bluez has been sentenced to prison for his role in a multiyear, sophisticated, identity-theft and bank-fraud ring that stole millions of dollars from innocent victims. Federal agents who conducted wiretaps on cell phones used by Armenian gang members/prison inmates running the scheme that included bribing bank employees in the Los Angeles and Orange counties to supply account details for "high-value" customers, then raiding funds.

In court records, Bluez is called by his real name, Kevin Leron Young. District Court Judge David O. Carter sentenced Young to a term of 78 months in prison, and held him jointly responsible with other defendants for $2.5 million in restitution, and ordered him to undergo supervised federal probation for three years upon his return to society.

If you, or someone you know has been charged with bank fraud, identity theft, or any type of theft crime then you should consult with Los Angeles criminal defense attorney Robert M. Bernstein for a free consultation. Don't hesitate to contact our law firm today.

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