A 36-year-old Oakland, California man has been sentenced to two years in prison and ordered to pay $33,000 in restitution for illegally obtaining cash advances from financial institutions in Nebraska and Kansas.
Sherman Clemons will also have to serve five years of supervised release after serving his prison term.
The United States Attorney’s Office reports Clemons and others used insufficiently funded Visa prepaid debit cards and counterfeit identification to get the cash advances. Various financial institutions lost approximately $33,000, including Centris Credit Union in Bellevue.
This case was investigated by Bellevue Police Department.