A former car dealership owner accused of a year-long identity theft scam was due in court Friday, but instead pleaded guilty to the 17 felony charges against him in early April. Those charges were identity theft, forgery and deceptive business practice.
Terry Morrow, Jr., 27, admitted to acquiring personal information about his victims through applications for financing at Edge Auto Sales and used the personal details to forge numerous loans. The thefts totaled more than one-million-dollars. Morrow could spend the rest of his life in prison.
He is due back in court four weeks from Friday afternoon for sentencing on June 27th.