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The Maryland Identity Theft Working Group has been working since 2006 to foster cooperation among local, state, federal, and institutional fraud investigators and to promote effective prosecution of identity theft schemes by both state and federal prosecutors.
This case, as well as other cases brought by members of the Working Group, demonstrates the commitment of law enforcement agencies to work with financial institutions and businesses to address identity fraud, identify those who compromise personal identity information, and protect citizens from identity theft.
OWINGS MILLS, MD — An Owings Mills man was sentenced Thursday to four years in prison, followed by three years of probation, for his role in an online dating scam created to steal and launder millions of dollars. Williams was also ordered to forfeit and pay restitution of more than $375,000. He phoned, emailed, texted, and used internet chat messenger services to form romantic relationships with the victims, who lived in Maryland and around the country.
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Attorney's office for Maryland says that a federal judge sentenced Olufemi Wilfred Williams, of Owings Mills, Maryland, to four years in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for conspiracy to commit money laundering arising from a scheme to defraud vulnerable victims of millions of dollars. According to court documents, from January 2011 to May 18, 2015, Williams searched online dating websites to start romantic relationships with vulnerable men and women.
Since fiscal year 2009, the Justice Department has filed over 18,000 financial fraud cases against more than 25,000 defendants. Mc Kenzie, and Leah Jo Bressack, who are prosecuting the case.
For more information on the task force, please visit Acting United States Attorney Stephen M.
According to court documents, from January 2011 to May 18, 2015, Williams searched online dating websites to initiate romantic relationships with vulnerable male and female individuals.
He phoned, emailed, texted, and used internet chat messenger services to form romantic relationships with the victims, who lived in Maryland and around the country.