Greenwich Police Charge Trio with Bank Fraud at Chase Bank

Greenwich Police arrested three men on identity theft and forgery charges after an incident at Chase Bank in central Greenwich on Friday, June 26.

Around 1:30pm police received a report about a possible fraudulent transaction. Officers observed a double parked vehicle matching the witness description of containing the three suspects.

Upon approaching the car detected the odor of marijuana.

A search of the vehicle revealed marijuana and multiple checks made out to names that corresponded to several fraudulent IDs they were in possession of.

The persons on these IDs were contacted and related that they had not given the suspects permission to access their banking information, and in fact were the victims of Identity theft. Two of the three victims were over the age of 60.

Police arrested Christopher Finegan, 45, of Atlantic City, NJ; Anthony Ducille, 20, of Brooklyn, NY and Keiser Croft, 22, of Brooklyn, NY.

All face multiple charges of Conspiracy, Forgery 2, Criminal Impersonation, Identity Theft 1, Criminal Attempt Larceny 1, and Illegal Possession.

For each bond was set at $1,500, and the men share a date in Stamford Superior Court on July 10, 2020.