BOUNTIFUL, Utah (ABC4 News) вЂ” On Wednesday, authorities state they arrested three males for allegedly committing pay day loan fraudulence.
Workers called authorities up to a FedEx in Bountiful, saying that four males had been outside the shop and two usually joined the shop acting in a dubious way, based on authorities papers.
Upon arrival, the officers questioned the four guys, that has differing tales of the way they knew one of several males. Police questioned the person, Michael Martinez, individually. Martinez presumably reported if he wanted to make between $1,000 and $2,000, police records state that he did not know the three other males and that they had picked him up, asking him.
Martinez stated that the 3 guys asked him them he did if he had a Utah identification card and Martinez told.
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Police papers suggest that the 3 males recognized as Los Angeles Teek Leonard, Martin Bokanga and Djimy Okutennde. Okutennde reportedly took MartinezвЂ™s recognition card to the FedEx and printed off a paystub that is fraudulent MartinezвЂ™s title from Tele-performance. Martinez reported which he never ever worked at Tele-performance.
Courtesy: Bountiful Police Department
Throughout the research, officers discovered two papers printed from FedEx, one being the paystub with MartinezвЂ™s information, and also the second included information from the Wells Fargo account. Continue reading “Three guys arrested regarding the cash advance fraud. Police in Provo trying to recognize burglary, fraud suspects”