CAHOKIA WOMAN SENTENCED TO 18 MONTHS IN PRISON FOR AGGRAVATED IDENTITY THEFT

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FILE PHOTO: Signage is seen at the United States Department of Justice headquarters in Washington, D.C.

EAST  ST.  LOUIS,  Ill.  –  Jasmine  Davison,  29,  of  Cahokia,  Illinois,  was  sentenced  to  
eighteen months in prison on Friday, March 4, 2022, for her involvement in an ID-theft scam from 
2015 to 2018.
Davison and her fellow conspirators used the stolen names and social security numbers of real 
people to set up new cellular service accounts at Sprint stores across southern Illinois. In 
addition, they used the accounts to acquire cellular telephones without paying for them and resold 
the phones to other cellular retail stores for cash.

Davison  is  the  third  defendant  to  be  sentenced  in  the  case.    On  February  18,  2021,  
Michael Henderson was sentenced to serve 24 months and 1 day in prison. Kyetia Hines was sentenced 
on May 5, 2021, to serve 28 months, 4 of which ran concurrent with a prior sentence. Antoinette 
Davis, the last defendant in the case, is scheduled to be sentenced later this month.

The investigation was conducted by the United States Postal Inspection Service and the Cahokia
Police Department.