NJ man faces 16 felony counts for fraud, ID deception

Joseph Romenzak
Shawn McGrath
Staff Writer

A North Judson man faces numerous charges of identity deception and fraud for allegedly using his relatives’ IDs to obtain credit cards and then make purchases.
Joseph Romenzak, 43, was being held in the Starke County Jail late Saturday on $10,000 bond after the Starke County Prosecutor’s Office charged him with eight counts of fraud and eight counts of identity deception.
All of the counts are Level 6 felonies punishable by six months to two and a half years if convicted.
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