A young man from Mesa, ( Richard L. Schrodt) pleaded guilty two weeks ago to stealing the identity of an Iraq soldier. The 22 year old is scheduled to be sentenced February 1st. AzCentral is covering the story, and below is a clip from the article.
"In exchange for his plea, prosecutors agreed to drop four other felony charges.
Mesa police arrested Schrodt at his apartment Aug. 16 after they learned he attempted to finance a new pickup using the identity of Richard Burke, a high school acquaintance who was stationed in Iraq, police said.
During the investigation, police learned Schrodt, who looked similar to Burke, obtained a duplicate driver's license.
Read More Here: AzCentral | Stolen Identity
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