Greenwich Police arrested two people on Feb 8 in connection to alleged fraudulent transactions at a local financial institution on East Putnam Ave.
Bike patrol officers and plain clothes officers working in the area were able to detain and positively identify co-conspirators Rodney Amoyaw, 33, of Elmhurst, NY, and Kaitlin McFarland, 28, of Bronx, NY.
Investigation revealed that Ms McFarland had presented a fraudulent Pennsylvania license with the personal identifying information of another person and successfully conducted a $8,200 withdrawal from a business checking account registered to the fictitious identity. She was found to be in possession of illegal narcotics in an unlabeled container.
A subsequent search of Mr. Amoyaw’s vehicle revealed a stun gun, along with additional fraudulent licenses, fraudulent Tax ID documents, fraudulent Social Security cards and credit cards detailing different victims’ names.
Mr. Amoyaw was arrested and charged with five counts of Forgery 2, three counts of Forgery 3, Illegal Possession of Weapon in Motor Vehicle, Conspiracy to Commit Larceny 3, Conspiracy to Commit Larceny 6, Conspiracy to Commit Identity Theft 2, Conspiracy to Commit Criminal Impersonation and Conspiracy to Commit Forgery 2.
Ms McFarland was charged with Failure to Keep Narcotic in Original Container, Possession of Controlled Substance (first offense), Larceny 3, Conspiracy to Commit Larceny 3, Identity Theft 2, Conspiracy to Commit Identity Theft 2, Criminal Impersonation, Conspiracy to Commit Criminal Impersonation, Forgery 2 and Conspiracy to Commit Forgery 2.
Both were able to post their individual $25,000 court set bonds. Both share a date in Stamford Superior Court on Feb 22, 2023.