Burke, of Atlanta, was serving a 20-year sentence for voluntary manslaughter when he provided 29 stolen identities using a contraband cell phone from Hancock State Prison, the release said. He was sentenced to three years and three months.
Toribio, of Gainesville, provided 39 stolen identities while serving an 18-year sentence for aggravated assault. He was sentenced to four years.
Toribio enlisted his mother 48-year-old, Rosa Toribio-Gama, and 25-year-old sister, Lupita Rodriguez-Toribio, to sign the fraudulent income tax returns, according to the charges. They were sentenced to probation and ordered to pay $3,650 in restitution.