Roommates, use the following story as an uplifting tale to find out when flexing on the gram goes EVERYTHING. A former Wells Fargo employee from Charlotte, North Carolina, is accused of stealing nearly $ 90,000 in cash from the bank where he worked.
FBI agents arrested Arlando Henderson, 29, for stealing more than $ 88,000 in cash, according to the WCNC. In a federal indictment, investigators said at least 18 times this year, Henderson stole money from the bank vault, then deposited the money into his own account using from a nearby ATM.
The FBI also says that Henderson destroyed certain documents and made false entries in bank books to cover up the theft. As if this misdirected trail of paper was not enough to catch him, Henderson went ahead and made matters worse by flexing the alleged money stolen from social media, taking selfies while holding large stacks money.
Henderson is said to have used the stolen money to make a large deposit on a 2019 Mercedes Benz. Henderson is also accused of obtaining a car loan by providing false information.
Homeboy traveled to San Diego where the FBI arrested him. He will remain there on the west coast where he will appear before a federal judge.
Henderson is charged with two heads of financial institutions, 19 counts of theft, embezzlement and misuse, and twelve counts of false entry and transactional money laundering.
If Henderson is found guilty, these combined crimes carry a maximum sentence of 40 years in prison and more than $ 1 million in fines.
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