Dallas Man Used Stolen Credit Cards to Buy Tires in Four States

United States Attorney’s Office – Western District of Texas, Aug. 18, 2021

WACO – A Dallas man was sentenced today to 57 months in prison and ordered to pay $341,520 in restitution for conspiring to commit identity theft.

According to court documents, Brandon Decorwyn Alexander, 30, unlawfully acquired victims’ credit card numbers to rent vehicles and purchase tires starting in August 2017. Over 15 credit cards involving over 41 different merchants were fraudulently used.  The defendant, along with co-conspirators, would call tire shops in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Oklahoma and order tires using the stolen credit card information. He would then pick up the tires using vehicles he rented with the fraudulent credit card information.

On November 10, 2020, Alexander pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit identity theft.

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