BOISE -- A California woman convicted for bank fraud and identity theft has been ordered to serve four years in a federal prison and repay more than $18,000 to her crime's victims.
A federal judge in Idaho sentenced 27-year-old Janelyn Dasig, of San Francisco, Tuesday for her role in four separate fraud attempts earlier this year.
Dasig pleaded guilty to the felonies in September. She was charged with impersonating customers at a Wells Fargo branch in Eagle and withdrawing $18,300 from accounts.
She was arrested on Jan. 13 along with another woman, 29-year-old Luisa Lamonthe.
Lamonthe, of Oakland, was charged in a separate indictment and pleaded guilty to charges last month.
Dasig was also ordered to serve five years of probation after her release from prison.