Bangor Woman Sentenced for Aggravated Identity Theft,
Mail Theft, and Fraud
Contact: F. Todd Lowell
Supervisory Assistant U.S. Attorney
Tel: (207) 945-0373
Bangor, Maine: United States Attorney Thomas E. Delahanty II announced that Angela Amy
Curtis, 26, of Bangor, was sentenced today in U.S. District Court in Bangor, by Chief Judge John A.
Woodcock, Jr., to 3½ years of imprisonment and 5 years of supervised release for aggravated identity
theft, bank fraud, access device fraud, and mail theft. The court also ordered Curtis to pay $14,661.87 in
restitution to her victims. Curtis pled guilty to the charges on March 9, 2012.
Court records reveal that between September and November, 2010, Curtis stole mail from post
office boxes in Glenburn, Hudson, Bucksport, Hermon, Orono, Bangor and Veazie, Maine. Curtis
negotiated several checks she found in the stolen mail at financial institutions using another person’s
stolen driver’s license and identity. She also stole a replacement credit card she found in the stolen mail
and used it to purchase goods at several businesses. With information she gained from the stolen mail,
she also applied for and acquired several new credit cards using another person’s date of birth and
social security number.
The investigation was conducted by the United States Postal Inspection Service with the
assistance of the Maine State Police, Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office, and the Bangor, Bucksport,
Orono and Veazie Police Departments.
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