Sodus woman accused of using another person’s identity to get loans

A Sodus woman is facing charges that she used another person’s identity to secure Sallie Mae loans totaling $28,000.

New York State Police charged Sylenna D. Connor, 47, with three counts of first-degree felony.

They say that, on three occasions, she used a victim’s identity to electronically secure $28,000 in loans.

She was arraigned at the Wayne County Centralized Arraignment Part Court and released.

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