US officials have accused a former employee of Wells Fargo Bank, 29-year-old Arlando Henderson, of stealing more than $ 88,000 in cash from a North Carolina vault.
Henderson took money from customer deposits, and then copied documents in an attempt to hide his actions, follows from the indictment. In 2019, he performed this operation at least 18 times.
The American was charged with several charges, including fraud and embezzlement for personal gain. Among them is a prepayment of $ 20 thousand for the 2019 Mercedes-Benz.
The prosecution, among other things, drew attention to the fact that a former bank employee regularly posted photos on Instagram and Facebook with new purchases, as well as wads of money in his hands or on the floor.
Henderson was arrested in San Diego on December 4. Media noted that the maximum penalty that threatens him is 30 years in prison and a million dollars in fines.