Lotto game scammer obtains 2 years, fined $1.5 M
A Manchester man that was founded guilty of fees associated with the lottery rip-off has been imprisoned for 2 years and also fined $1.5 million.
Dwayne Mitchell was punished in the Manchester Circuit on Friday by Principal Justice Bryan Sykes.
Sykes kept in mind, before imposing the sentence, that the lotto game scam is a predative offence and claimed the penalty should fit the crime.
Mitchell pleaded guilty to possession of identification details in the Manchester Circuit Court on November 9 in 2015.
He was detained at his home in Dayton area throughout an intelligence-led operation performed by the Manchester police.
Two lead sheets were discovered in a storage room in the bedroom he inhabited.
Mitchell’s mobile phone was additionally found to have numerous text messages as well as emails with individual recognizable information of persons living overseas.