It's a bizarre case that all began back in 2014. A Jacksonville man has been convicted by a federal jury of nine counts of aggravated identity theft, nine counts of bank fraud, seven counts of false representation of a Social Security number, and three counts of mail fraud. That's after investigators found Anthony Johnson, 52, stole the identity of at least 5 different victims, including a member of the US Army and a lawyer. Under these false IDs, Johnson opened up bank accounts, multiple credit cards, obtained loans, and genuine Florida driver's licenses. Investigators say Johnson's loans far exceeded $100,000, which he spent on luxury items, including a $70,000 Mercedes Benz. Using the proceeds from his criminal activities, Johnson also traveled to Dubai in 2016. While there, he spent more than $4,000 at a club/restaurant, stayed at a high-end hotel, and purchased more expensive personal items. Upon his return, Johnson was arrested at the Orlando International Airport. He now faces up to 30 years in prison for each bank fraud offense, up to 20 years for each mail fraud offense, up to 5 years for each charge of falsely representing a Social Security number, up to 3 consecutive years for violation of supervised release, and a mandatory minimum penalty of 2 years for each aggravated identity theft count. A sentencing hearing has not been set at this time.