Wells Fargo Worker Accused of Stealing $88K from Bank Vault, Caught Flexing With Money on Social Media

Wells Fargo Worker Accused of Stealing $88K from Bank Vault, Caught Flexing With Money on Social Media

Consider the following tale a wa’rning of what might happen when flexing on the Gram goes completely awry. A former Charlotte, North Carolina, employee of Wells Fargo is accused of taking close to $90,000 in cash from the bank where he worked.

According to WCNC, Arlando Henderson, 29, was de’tained by FBI investigators for al’legedly stealing more than $88,000 in cash. According to a federal indictment, Henderson stole cash from the bank’s vault on at least 18 different occasions this year and afterwards used an ATM close by to deposit the money into his own account.

Henderson al’legedly forged bogus entries in the bank’s books and destroyed some documents in order to conceal the c’rime, according to the FBI. Henderson made matters worse by flaunting the al’legedly stolen money online and posting selfies while holding significant amounts of cash to social media.

As if that shoddy paper trail wasn’t enough to get him caught. Henderson reportedly paid a sizable cash down payment on a 2019 Mercedes Benz using the stolen funds. Henderson is also charged with using fa’lse information to obtain a car loan. Homeboy managed to reach San Diego, where the FBI apprehended him. In order to appear before a federal judge, he will remain there on the West Coast.

12 counts of making false entries and transactional money la’undering are among Henderson’s charges, along with two counts of operating a financial institution, 19 counts of theft, embezzlement, and misuse, and two counts of mi’sapplication. Henderson faces a potential sentence of 40 years in jail and fines totaling more than $1 million if Henderson is found gu’ilty of all three of these charges.


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