788 F.3d 693 (7th Cir. 2015), 14-3559, United States v. Moore
|Citation:||788 F.3d 693|
|Opinion Judge:||Manion, Circuit Judge.|
|Party Name:||UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. JERAME E. MOORE, Defendant-Appellant|
|Attorney:||For United States of America, Plaintiff - Appellee: Jason M. Bohm, Attorney, Office of The United States Attorney, Urbana Division, Urbana, IL; Kirk Schuler, Attorney, Office of The United States Attorney, Rock Island, IL. For Jerame E. Moore, Defendant - Appellant: Johanna M. Christiansen, Attor...|
|Judge Panel:||Before POSNER, EASTERBROOK, and MANION, Circuit Judges.|
|Case Date:||June 08, 2015|
|Court:||United States Courts of Appeals, Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit|
Moore and three others were arrested after a spending spree that involved their use of counterfeit debit and credit cards at Walgreens pharmacies. Moore was charged with conspiracy to use and possess counterfeit or unauthorized access devices, 18 U.S.C. 1029(b)(2), and possession of at least 15 unauthorized access devices, 18 U.S.C. 1029(a)(3). He pleaded guilty to the second count. The U.S.... (see full summary)
Argued: May 19, 2015.
Appeal from the United States District Court for the Central District of Illinois. No. 4:14-cr-40020 -- Sara Darrow, Judge.
Jerame Moore and a crew of three confederates were arrested on the heels of a spending spree that involved their use of
counterfeit debit and credit cards at various Walgreens pharmacies across northern Illinois. Moore was subsequently indicted by a grand jury on one count of conspiracy to use and possess counterfeit or unauthorized access devices and one count of possession of at least 15 unauthorized access devices. He pleaded guilty to the latter. The district court imposed a sentence of 24 months' imprisonment followed by a three-year term of supervised release. On appeal, Moore challenges the district court's calculation of loss underlying his sentence and the procedural soundness of the district court's decision to impose a term of supervised release. We affirm Moore's sentence, but vacate the imposition of a term of supervised release, and remand this case for further proceedings.
On December 24, 2013, Moore and three confederates drove from Chicago to the Quad Cities of western Illinois and eastern Iowa. Along the way, they made purchases at various Walgreens stores. A Walgreens employee in East Moline became suspicious and called the police.
When officers arrived at the store, Moore's confederates left together, while Moore caught a ride to a bus station. Officers encountered Moore at the bus station, he was arrested, and officers seized 25 unauthorized credit and debit cards from his person. Each card was embossed with Moore's name. The others were also arrested after the officers...
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