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Former California Assemblyman To Plead Guilty To Phony ID Theft Scheme

FEB 21, 2013 10:29pm ET

LOS ANGELES A former democratic state Assemblyman has agreed to plead guilty to federal bank fraud charges, admitting he bilked First City CU, LA Financial CU, and Farmers and Merchants Bank out of almost $200,000 by falsely claiming to be an identity theft victim.

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