Gang members headed to prison
Members of so-called ‘Felony Lane Gang’ admit roles in crimes
One by one, members of the socalled “Felony Lane Gang” caught in Chester County and Philadelphia this spring are entering guilty pleas for crimes associated with the East Coast theft ring they were a part of.
On Friday, a man and woman from Baltimore who were captured by Tredyffrin police outside a fast food restaurant with dozens of stolen credit cards and uncanceled checks admitted their roles before a Common Pleas Court judge, and were sentenced to state prison.
Jeremy Evans, 40, and Heather Miler, 29, were sentenced to 16-to-96 months and 18-to-72 months in prison respectively on changes or access deviate fraud, identity theft, and conspiracy stemming from the March 1 incident that featured a high-speed chase down the Schuylkill Expressway.
Both have been in custody since March 1. Miller, according to attorneys involved with the case, will still face additional prison time in Maryland when she completes her sentence here, which includes one year probation.
They are the fourth and fifth defendants to plead guilty out of the seven who were take into custody that day. Others include Jeremy Espenshade of Baltimore, who received a county prison sentence of 11 ½ to 23 months and five years probation, and Ashley Hamm, also of Baltimore, who is serving a two year to four years sentence in state prison.