Marietta man sentenced for aggravated identity theft
A Marietta man was sentenced in federal court for aggravated identity theft.
The United States Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Oklahoma says 26-year-old Lane Miller was sentenced to two years in prison and one year probation.
Last year Miller and 34-year-old Robert Bond were arrested after evidence linked them to several identity thefts that totaled upwards of $300,000.
We first reported in July of 2017 that the two were suspected of stealing medical records from a love county hospital storage building.
Miller is not eligible for parole.