Queens woman pleads guilty in Saks Fifth Avenue identity theft ring that bought $430G in goods with other people’s money


January 6, 2016 | New York Daily News

Queens woman pleads guilty in Saks Fifth Avenue identity theft ring that bought $430G in goods with other people's money

The head of a Saks Fifth Avenue employee ring that used stolen identities to purchase $430,000 worth of shoes and bags pleaded guilty Wednesday.

Tamara Williams, 38, of Queens, is expected to get four to eight years in prison in exchange to her plea in Manhattan Supreme Court to grand larceny, identity theft and scheme to defraud.