Friday, July 29, 2016
Officers arrested a New York City man after he tried to withdraw $4,800 from another customer’s account, police said today.
Upon his arrest Tuesday at Chase Bank, 1090 Post Road East, Roger Harris, 62, was charged with criminal impersonaltion, unlawful reproduction of a credit card, third-degree forgery, third-degree identity theft and attempt to commit larceny in the third degree.
According to Lt. David Farrell, officers were dispatched around 1 p.m. to Chase on a report of a man attempting to fraudulently withdraw $4,800.
“Bank employees noticed the signature Harris gave did not match that of the victim, and he could not answer their security questions,” Farrell said. “Harris also had a fraudulent credit card and fraudulent driver’s license with the victim’s information.”
Held on a $5,000 bond, Harris is scheduled to appear in Norwalk Superior Court on Thursday, Aug. 4.
This story has been updated to include the correct photo of the subject; an incorrect photo was inadvertently posted earlier.
Posted 07/29/16 at 10:33 AM Permalink