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Date: 01-18-2023

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United States of America v. Palmer Stubblefield

Case Number: 4:21-cr-00179

Judge: Lee P. Rodofsky

Court: United States District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas (Pulaski County)

Plaintiff's Attorney: United States Attorney’s Office in Little Rock

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Description: Little Rock, Arkansas criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant charged with stealing identifying information and using it to apply for more than $148,500 in fraudulently obtained credit.

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Since 2019, law enforcement had been investigating Palmer Stubblefield, age 41, for multiple fraudulent credit cards, lines of credit, and bank accounts that used the personal information of more than 139 victims. Many of the fraudulent credit cards were through Military Star (Milstar), which is owned and operated by the Army and Air Force Exchange Service. In 2020, investigators interviewed a victim who was able to identify Stubblefield as the person responsible for his identity theft. The investigation revealed approximately $148,500 in losses to the various victims.

In July 2021, Stubblefield was indicted by a federal grand jury with 13 counts, including three counts of falsely representing a social security number, three counts of aggravated identity theft, four counts bank fraud, two counts of theft or receipt of stolen mail, and one count of access device fraud. In September 2022, Stubblefield pleaded guilty to access device fraud in exchange for dismissal of the remaining counts.

In addition to the prison sentence, Judge Rudofsky sentenced Stubblefield to three years of supervised release and ordered him to pay $147,500 in restitution. There is no parole in the federal prison system.

The case was investigated by the Defense Criminal Investigative Service, U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Postal Inspection Service, U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations, U.S. Department of Labor Office of Inspector General, Little Rock Police Department, and Craighead County Sheriff’s Department. The case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Edward Walker.

18:1029(a)(2) and 18:1029(c)(1)(B) Access Device Fraud

Outcome: Defendant was sentenced to 102 months imprisonment; 3 years supervised release; $147,500 restitution; $100 special assessment fee.

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