GREENBELT, Md. (AP) — A Bowie man has been convicted of numerous charges of credit fraud, wire fraud and identity theft, including a $14,000 credit theft while he was awaiting trial.

Fifty-five-year-old Kenneth Wayne Watford was convicted Thursday in federal court in Greenbelt. He will be sentenced on July 28.

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According to evidence presented at trial, Watford and others used the stolen identities of consumers and posed as those consumers at car dealers to apply for financing for luxury vehicles.

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Prosecutors say after Watford was arrested in 2013 and released pending trial, he fraudulently obtained a credit line through a financing company, and ran up more than $14,000 in purchases.

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