Shocking: Bank Employee Exposes Local Man's Fraudulent Activities!

Shocking: Bank Employee Exposes Local Man’s Fraudulent Activities!

An employee of a bank in Tamarac made the discovery that a guy from Tamarac had a history of writing fake checks and submitting unlawful wire transfers, which led to the man’s arrest and subsequent charges of grand theft, fraud, and defrauding a financial institution.

The Broward County Sheriff’s Office was sent to a Regions Bank branch at 7118 North University Drive on April 20 in response to a report of a fraud that was currently taking place there.

The arrest report states that the manager of the bank’s branch informed the deputies that a young guy, who was subsequently identified as Stephonn Jahdarhi Bowleg, 18, of Tamarac, was seated in the lobby of the bank. She said that Bowleg came to the location on April 5 and cashed multiple bogus checks before returning to get a new debit card.

According to the report, the manager of Bowleg’s bank informed the deputies that Bowleg had performed 14 withdrawal transactions from the Seminole casino between April 5 and April 6. He also had four checks placed into his account for a total of $11,500.

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