PHILADELPHIA – A handyman last week pleaded guilty to stealing more than $70,000 from an 80-year-old member of Franklin Mint FCU by stealing the man’s ATM card from his mail and using it to drain the elderly member’s credit union account.

Antonio Puzzangara, 23, was charged with 200 counts of access device fraud and related identity theft offenses. Last Thursday he pleaded guilty to felony charges of identity theft and theft by deception. He is scheduled to be sentenced April 24.

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