How did he get caught? He rapped about it in a song then posted the music video on Instagram and YouTube.
The video has over 600,000 views on YouTube.
According to the U.S. Attorney Office, the 31 year old applied for $1.2 million in jobless benefits and used stolen identities to pull off the heist.
He was able to access $704,000 of the money.
If convicted he faces 22 years in a federal prison.
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