In recent weeks Greenwich Police have made numerous arrests of suspects in bank fraud attempts in the area of Greenwich Avenue. Time and again, groups of suspects are stealing and forging documents, an using the stolen identities of victims to perpetrate fraudulent bank activity.
Just last week, Greenwich Police patrol and plain clothes officers detained and arrested of a group of four suspects from Brooklyn and New Haven after a call about a fraudulent bank transaction in process.
The week before, uniformed, plainclothes and bicycle officers charged a group of three co-conspirators – a Brooklyn woman, a Brooklyn man, and a Pennylvania man – after another report of a fraudulent transaction in progress.
The most recent arrest was of a Bronx man wanted by warrant for allegedly organizing with a group of three co-conspirators to commit financial crimes, including several felonies, at a bank in the area of Greenwich Avenue.
Krishna Jannor-John Marsh, 27, was charged with Conspiracy to Commit Identity Theft 3, Illegal Traffic in Personal ID Information, Conspiracy to Commit Criminal Impersonation, Conspiracy to Commit Forgery 2 and Conspiracy to Commit Forgery 3.
On Jan 11, Mr. Marsh surrendered at Greenwich Police headquarters on Bruce Place. His arrest warrant stemmed from a financial crime investigation of the incident on July 7, 2022.
Police say Mr. Marsh sent his co-conspirators numerous messages containing the personal identifying information of the victim and helped to facilitate the crimes that day.
Per stipulations of the arrest warrant, the court set bond was $100,000, which Mr. Marsh was able to post through Decausey Bail Bonds.
He was assigned a date in Stamford Superior Court on Jan 25, 2023.