Three Georgia men were given prison sentences Thursday for their part in a credit card scam, according to a U.S. Attorney's Office District of Idaho press release.
Clarence Collins, 34, of Douglasville, Georgia; Charles Moore, 25, of Stone Mountain, Georgia and Jonathan Penn, 20, of Suwanee, Georgia were each sentenced for purchasing gift cards and pre-paid debit cards with credit card numbers they were not "authorized to use" in October, according to the press release.
Terrance Barimah, 26, of Floranceville, Georgia, was scheduled for a sentencing on July 8, but failed to appear and has a warrant out for his arrest, according to the release.
They were all part of a larger scheme and were also charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, wire fraud and aggravated identity theft. Collins was sentenced to 78 months in prison. Moore was sentenced to 51 months in prison. Penn was sentenced to 24 months in prison. They were all ordered to pay more than $22,000 in restitution and forfeit nearly $50,000 "in cash proceeds from the offense," according to the release.
Collins, Moore, Penn and Barimah were indicted with Kyandre Banks, 34, of Lilburn, Georgia; Brian Treadwell, 25, of Buford, Georgia; Mikki Williams, 25, of Loganville, Georgia; Rashine Kale, 38, of Lawrenceville, Georgia; Jean Estinville, 26, of Lawrenceville, Georgia and Rakeen Anderson, of Atlanta, Georgia. Treadwell was sentenced to 75 months in prison in June and Williams got three years of probation with 200 hours of community service. Rashine Kale faces sentencing on July 22. Estinville is getting his sentence on August 4 and Anderson is up for sentencing on August 17. Kyandre Banks is still on the run, according to the release.