Man With Stolen I.D. Cards, Credit Cards Gets Minimum 6 years

COLUMBUS – A Columbus man was sentenced to a minimum of 6 years in prison after being arrested with stolen I.D. cards, credit cards, and meth.

Jakota Moore, 31, was jailed on charges of criminal possession of four financial transaction devices, possession of meth, possession of stolen property, and using a stolen financial transaction device, says court records.

Moore received a minimum of 6 years in prison and a maximum of 9 years, with credit for 147 days previously served, says the sentencing order.

Moore was arrested at a local retailer, in 2017, when police found multiple stolen drivers licenses, social security cards, credit cards, and various drugs in his possession, says an arrest affidavit.