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Oakland County Man Sentenced for Conducting a Criminal Enterprise
January 20, 2023
LANSING – Attorney General Dana Nessel announced today that an Oakland County man who pled guilty to Conducting a Criminal Enterprise has been sentenced.
Kevin Adolph, 27, of Detroit, was sentenced on January 18, 2023, in the 6th Circuit Court on one count of Conducting a Criminal Enterprise, a 20-year felony, for obtaining Comerica account numbers of numerous victims and stealing money from their bank accounts.
“Having your identity and savings compromised is a painful experience no one should have to go through – especially when you’re entrusting a financial institution to protect your privacy,” Nessel said. “My office remains committed to ensuring Michiganders are not taken advantage of by bad actors. I will continue to work with local officials to protect our residents from dishonest practices.”
Judge Nanci Grant sentenced Adolph to 2 to 20 years in the Michigan Department of Corrections, no contact with the co-defendant or any victim and restitution. Adolph’s co-defendant Britnie Miah pled guilty to two counts of Identity Theft in October 2022 and was sentenced to two years’ probation in December by Judge Grant. Miah supplied Adolph with bank account information while she worked as a teller at the Comerica Bank branch in Novi.
This matter was referred to the Michigan Department of Attorney General Financial Crimes Division from the Novi Police Department after one victim raised concerns that someone was attempting to gain online access to her bank account without her permission.
Between June 2018 and August 2018, Adolph and Miah obtained over $20,000 from unsuspecting victims’ bank accounts. Adolph attempted to steal over $88,000 from other victims’ bank accounts but the bank’s security caught the transactions and stopped them before funds could be taken.