|By Jamie Satterfield, The Knoxville News-Sentinel, Tenn.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Tudor appeared with his defense attorney,
Assistant U.S. Attorney
"(Tudor) devised a scheme to defraud in order to obtain money and property, which involved making unauthorized purchases with or withdrawal of funds from the victim's bank and credit union accounts, life insurance policy and credit card accounts without the victim's permission or authorization," Morris said.
Court records indicate his thievery was discovered in
The case was investigated by a special unit formed by the U.S. attorney's office that focuses on identity theft.
Tudor is being allowed to remain free pending sentencing.
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