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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — A former Miami-Dade officer has been sentenced to two years behind bars for his participation in a wire fraud scheme.

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A judge also sentenced George Price, 42, to three years supervision following his release.

According to court documents, Price and his co-conspirators took part in a scheme in which they would provide fake police reports to people operating credit repair businesses.

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Documents report Price would create the false reports using customers identifying information. The fake report would say the customer had reported to the Miami-Dade Police facts that were consistent with that person being a victim of identity theft.

Once the report would get to the credit agency, it would cause them to remove negative items from the credit history of the alleged victims.

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Court document say Price would get paid for his work on the false police reports.