• Tinder swindler who made false cancer claims gets prison

    NEW YORK (AP) - A man who swindled his Tinder dates out of $49,000 has been sentenced to two to six years in prison.

    Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. says Brandon Kiehm (keem) used a variety of scams on at least three women he met through the dating app.

    He claimed he urgently needed money for cancer treatments for relatives - in one case his sister, in another, his mother.

    Vance says one victim was especially vulnerable because she was herself a cancer survivor.

    He conned one woman while he was out on bail.

    Kiehm also stole $13,000 from a man who hired him as a dog walker and $800 from a neighbor.

    He was sentenced Wednesday after pleading guilty in October to grand larceny, identity theft and scheme to defraud.

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