Utica Woman Facing Charges for Fraudulent Bank Activity
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.
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.