Possible deal in Bonnie and Clyde case

<div class="meta image-caption"><div class="origin-logo origin-image ap"><span>AP</span></div><span class="caption-text">In this undated photo released by the Philadelphia Police Department, shown is Edward Anderton of Everett, Wash. Anderton, 25, and Jocelyn Kirsch, 22, a student at Drexel University, were charged Friday, Nov. 30 with identity theft, forgery, unlawful use of a computer, and a laundry list of other counts. Their alleged fraud scheme, estimated at &#36;100,000 this year alone, paid for jaunts to Paris, London and Hawaii and other luxury perks, including Kirsch&#39;s stop at a salon for &#36;1,700 worth of hair extensions, police said. &#40;AP Photo&#47;Philadelphia Police Department, HO&#41;</span></div>
February 7, 2008 3:34:20 PM PST
A young Philadelphia couple dubbed "Bonnie and Clyde" have signed what amounts to an admission of guilt. Jocelyn Kirsch and Edward Anderton are accused of spending other people's money to fund a lavish lifestyle.

Action News has learned that the FBI has now taken over the investigation.

Sources said the pair has signed a proffe", which basically admits their guilt and requires them to fully cooperate with authorities about every penny allegedly swindled.

In return, Kirsch and Anderton could get a lighter sentence: just the mandatory two years in prison.