Northridge Man Gets 21 Plus Years in Federal Prison for Running $3.3 Million Scheme that Used Stolen Identities of Children

            A federal judge sentenced Turhan Lemont Armstrong, 50 to 259 months in federal prison for overseeing a long-running $3.3 million credit card, loan and real estate fraud scheme using stolen identities, primarily that of children.He also has to pay $3,305,609 in restitution and forfeit two homes purchased with illicit funds obtained …

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