May 23, 2016
Four Army National Guardsmen Indicted In Two Fraud Schemes
Greenbelt, Maryland â€“ Three guardsmen from the District of Columbia Army National Guard were indicted on charges arising from a scheme to use Bitcoin to buy stolen credit and debit card numbers from foreign websites, re-encode cards issued in their names with those stolen numbers, and then fraudulently purchase items at Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) stores on military bases and elsewhere for use and resale (Shelton Stewart Indictment):
Derrick K. Shelton, II, age 28, of Washington, D.C.,
James C. Stewart, III, (J. Stewart) age 25, of District Heights, Maryland; and
Quentin T. Stewart, age 28, of Parkville, Maryland.