Jul 21, 2014 5:22 PM by Katie Ferber, KSBY News
A Nipomo woman who pleaded guilty to planning a tax scheme involving stolen identities and loan fraud will spend 36 months in federal prison.
Authorities with the IRS say Imelda Sanchez, 42, made false claims against the government and making false statements on a loan application.
She must pay nearly $125,000 dollars in restitution to the IRS and more than $720,000 to Mission Community Bank.
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