Guilty plea expected from "Bonnie and Clyde"

<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>
May 21, 2008 2:04:45 PM PDT
A glamorous pair of accused grifters are due in court in Philadelphia next month on charges stemming from a yearlong crime spree.

A lawyer says former Drexel University student Jocelyn Kirsch will plead guilty to identity-theft and fraud charges on June 5.

Lawyer Ronald Greenblatt told The Associated Press on Wednesday that the 22-year-old Kirsch is ready to pay the price for the crimes.

He ex-boyfriend, 25-year-old University of Pennsylvania graduate Edward Anderton, is scheduled for a plea hearing on June 2.

Police say the couple obtained nearly $120,000 in goods and services by stealing credit from friends and neighbors.

U.S. Attorney Patrick Meehan plans to seek five-year prison terms for each.