A District police officer with nearly two decades on the force has been convicted of stealing her brother’s identity and taking out thousands of dollars of loans in his name, according to the Prince George’s County state’s attorney’s office.
Officer Jamell Stallings is to be sentenced April 2 in Prince George’s County Circuit Court and faces up to 150 years in prison if given the maximum time on all the charges. A jury convicted her on three counts of counterfeiting, three counts of identification fraud and five counts of theft, according to a spokesman for the prosecutor’s office.
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