A 61-year-old California man was sentenced Thursday for organizing a fraud ring that attempted to use stolen identities to make cash withdrawals from banks in Auburn and Portland.Armon Leon Maiden, of Inglewood, Calif., received four years in prison and four years on supervised release following his conviction on charges of aggravated identity theft and bank fraud, according to a news bulletin issued by the US Attorney’s Office.Maiden provided his co-conspirators with fake checks and other documents so that they could travel to banks and use the false identities to draw from compromised accounts, according to the release. They landed at Sea-Tac Airport on Nov. 13, 2008, and worked their way south, stopping at a Wells Fargo in Auburn and another in Portland. A second attempt at a Portland Wells Fargo was made a day later. In each case, bank tellers refused to hand over the money. The group was successful, however, at two others stops, securing $3,400.Two of Maiden’s co-conspirators were arrested when they returned to Sea-Tac during the afternoon of Nov. 14, 2008, to catch a flight back to California.