Friday, December 29, 2017

Timothy "Timmy" Richard Wozniak: Founder of Denver affordable private jet service pleads guilty to ID theft, fraud; Entrepreneur racked up hefty charges of more than $70,000 on client’s credit card

Fresh Jets founder Timothy Richard Wozniak pleaded guilty Thursday to identity theft and fraud after getting caught racking up hefty charges on a customer’s credit card.

The Denver entrepreneur behind the affordable private jet service was sentenced to two years of probation on both counts to be served concurrently and ordered to pay $231,264.35 in restitution, according to Vikki Migoya, spokeswoman for the district attorney for the 18th Judicial District.

Other charges, which included theft and forgery, were dropped and case 2016CR1939 was dismissed. Wozniak, 31, has paid the restitution, Migoya added.

Wozniak, who goes by the name Timmy, started Fresh Jets a couple of years after graduating from the University of Denver. The service offered discounted seats on private chartered flights. He also started Fresh Trips in 2015 offering all-inclusive vacations to Cancun. 

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