Other defendant sentenced to five years for selling cocaine to undercover officer
A Peachtree City man pled guilty Tuesday to five counts of financial identity fraud for using a stolen credit card five times, including one purchase of a flat screen TV, in June 2011.
Garry W. Parker, 49, was sentenced to five years in prison followed by five years probation by Fayette County Superior Court Judge Christopher C. Edwards. Parker must also pay a $2,000 fine and $1,496 in restitution.
Parker admitted to taking the card from the victim while he was working to move her belongings from a home to a storage unit while he was employed at A Better Way Ministries. Read More»