Two Providence men have been sentenced to federal jail for their purpose in bilking house enhancement shops in Attleboro, North Attleboro, Mansfield, Seekonk and Rhode Island out of additional than $160,000.
Jose Brens, 40, was sentenced in U.S. District Court docket in Providence to 15 months in jail and ordered to pay out $140,578 in restitution, the Rhode Island U.S. attorney’s place of work explained Thursday.
Jose R. Delarosa, 45, was sentenced to a person yr and ordered to shell out $20,141 in restitution.
Brens pleaded guilty on Dec. 13 to conspiracy to dedicate obtain system fraud and six counts of access device fraud.
Delarosa pleaded guilty on Dec.16 to conspiracy to commit entry gadget fraud and 4 counts of access device fraud.
Both admitted that they and other people unlawfully obtained credit card facts to acquire building resources and making supplies from at minimum six Property Depot and Lowes retailers in Rhode Island and the Attleboro spot, in accordance to court records.
The two guys and many others utilized the stolen information to check out the retailers and consistently make purchases of between $1,000 and $4,000.
The plan arrived to light-weight when a Smithfield, R.I. resident contacted the law enforcement in 2018 to report that his credit rating card facts was used to invest in $2,100 truly worth of design items at a close by Household Depot, according to court docket records.
The gentlemen ended up charged following a joint investigation with the U.S. Mystery Company and Smithfield law enforcement as nicely as law enforcement in Attleboro, North Attleboro, Seekonk and Mansfield.
David Linton could be attained at 508-236-0338.