A Utica woman is facing numerous charges concerning alleged fraudulent activity with her banking account at First Source Federal Credit Union.

New Hartford Police say, 19-year-old Marianna Arrigo set up an online bank to bank account linking her First Source account to an account in Vermont.

New Hartford Police

Arrigo made numerous transfers totaling just under $7,000 and withdrew the funds before it was determined the transfers were stolen through fraudulent means.

She is also accused of attempting to deposit several fraudulent checks totaling almost $2,000. Arrigo is facing several charges including Grand Larceny.

Arrigo is facing the following charges,

- Forgery in the 2nd degree (class D Felony)
- Grand Larceny in the 3rd degree (class D Felony)
- Falsifying Business Records in the 1st degree (class E Felony)
- Offering a False Instrument for Filing (class A misdemeanor)
- Attempted Grand Larceny in the 4th degree (class A misdemeanor).

She was arraigned in New Hartford Town Court and will reappear at a later date.