3 Sentenced In Orlando For Credit Card Fraud

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Three men have been sentenced for credit card fraud in central Florida.

U.S. District Judge Ann Conway sentenced the men Friday in federal court in Orlando.

Aldain Fleming of New York was given four years in prison. Jim Lee Jean was sentenced to two years in prison and Harry Cancel-Velez received 1 year in prison.

Prosecutors say the men produced counterfeit credit and debit cards using account numbers belonging to other individuals.

Prosecutors say the men obtained the account numbers online.

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