According to court documents, Marc Anthony Alexander, 37, conspired to steal blocks of blank postal money orders from the U.S. Post Office in Old Greenwich. Alexander, his wife Rachael Alexander, and others then imprinted the money orders with various denominations using a computer font designed to make them appear to be authentic. On Jan. 17, 2017, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud stemming from the postal money order scheme, and one count of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud stemming from the vehicle scheme. Alexander’s criminal history includes a 2004 conviction in California for stealing the identity of an NFL athlete and using the identity to purchase a townhouse and cars, including a $245,000 Bentley.
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Former Stratford man sentenced in two fraud scams