Post by Logan on May 16, 2017 3:17:55 GMT -6
Arlington man schemed $1.1 million out of Home Depot by reusing receipts for refunds
An Arlington man was sentenced to two years in federal prison after pleading guilty to a $1 million scheme to defraud Home Depot by reusing receipts for refunds with a fraudulently obtained tax exempt ID.
Henry Lamon Spruiell, 46, was sentenced Monday. He pleaded guilty in January to one count of using an unauthorized access device, U.S. Attorney John Parker said.
Judge Sam A. Lindsay ordered that Spruiell pay restitution of $1,139,076. He must surrender to the Bureau of Prisons on July 11.
Spruiell devised a scheme from June 2013 to January 2016 to defraud Home Depot of money and property, officials said.
Read more: www.dallasnews.com/news/arlington/2017/05/15/arlington-man-schemed-11-million-home-depot-reusing-receipts-refunds-sentenced-prison