Jackson Woman Sentenced To Prison For Identity Theft And Fraud

Jackson Woman Sentenced To Prison For Identity Theft And Fraud

Federal prosecutors said Lisa Ann Salyers, 45, of Jackson, was sentenced to 39-months in prison after admitting to stealing someone's identity to buy a car.
A Jackson, Kentucky woman, who previously admitted to stealing someone else's identity to buy a car, was sentenced Thursday to 39-months in federal prison.

Lisa Ann Salyers, 45, of Jackson, was also ordered to pay $5,450.50 in restitution to Paul Miller Ford, according to prosecutors.

Salyers also tried to use the victim's identity to buy furniture from a Lexington retailer, according to prosecutors.

She pleaded guilty in March of this year.

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