Lake Forest Man Gets 6-Year Prison Sentence for Burglary, Identity Theft

A father of eight was recently sentenced for residential burglary and identity theft.

Lake Forest resident Richard T. Rinaolo, 47, has been sentenced to two six-year prison terms, to be served concurrently, according to the Chicago Tribune.

The newspaper reports that Rinaolo, along with a Wilmette woman, stole credit cards, jewelry and other items from three Winnetka homes and then used the credit cards for $10,000 in purchases at multiple stores. He was charged with residential burglary and identity theft, the Tribune reported.

Read more about this case on the Chicago Tribune’s website.



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