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Cleveland pair charged with defrauding banks by using fake identities

Two Cleveland residents were charged with defrauding banks out of at least $76,000 by using fake identities, said Carole S. Rendon, U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio.

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Date Published: February 23, 2017


US Attorney for the Northern Distict of Ohio


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