COBB COUNTY, Ga. -- Two Cobb County residents have been found guilty of participating in an elaborate forgery ring.
Alphonsus Idiku, 35, of Kennesaw was convicted Oct. 23 and sentenced to six years in prison. He will be deported to Nigeria after completing his sentence.
On Wednesday, 31-year-old Miesha Sanyell Hunter of Austell was convicted by a Cobb County jury.
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Both defendants were charged with six counts of identity fraud and four counts of financial transaction card fraud for their part in what Cobb County Assistant District Attorney Hannah Palmquist called "a window into a larger and more sophisticated forgery scheme."