Greenwich Police arrested two co-conspirators on Saturday, March 25 following an incident at a financial institution in the area of Greenwich Avenue.
Police say plainclothes officers spotted two people later identified as Summer Fawn Johnson, 24, of Fishkill, NY and Albert Tony Anderson, 26, of Bronx, NY, engaging in suspicious activity related to bank transactions.
Patrol officers and plainclothes officers were able to detain and identify Johnson and Anderson.
Ms Johnson was attempting to withdraw $5,000 from her bank account having fraudulently deposited a counterfeit check for $49,000 the previous day. Police say she conspired with Mr. Anderson to commit the crime.
When officers interviewed them, they provided conflicting accounts from each other that also differed from the facts police gathered.
A search of the vehicle Anderson and Johnson were located in revealed $4,900 in cash under the front passenger seat an $200 cash on Mr. Anderson’s person.
In the course of the investigation officers discovered the duo had successfully withdrawn $5,000 from a New York bank branch 30 minutes prior to coming to Greenwich.
When officers interviewed Johnson and Anderson they both provided false information in an attempt to elude arrest.
She was charged with Criminal Attempt Larceny 3, Conspiracy to Commit Larceny 3 and Interfering with an Officer/Resisting.
Her bond was set at $20,000 and she has a date in court on April 10, 2023.
Mr. Anderson was charged with Conspiracy to Commit Larceny 3 and Interfering with an Officer/Resisting.
His bond was also $20,000 and he shares the date in Stamford Superior Court on April 10, 2023.