Three people were arrested by Greenwich Police on Saturday following an investigation into a bank fraud on Greenwich Avenue.
According to Greenwich Police the three men allegedly conspired to obtain money from another person’s bank account using a fake driver’s license and attempting to withdraw money by impersonating the account holder.
Bank employees became suspicious of the transaction and contacted police.
Police located the three men on East Putnam Avenue.
Arrested were Sherman Alston, 23, of Hepburn Rd in Clifton, NJ, who was charged with Unsafe Movement of Stopped Vehicle, Conspiracy to Commit Larceny 3, and Interfering with Officer.
Daquan Davis, 24, of West Adam Clinton Powell Bvd in New York, NY was charged with Interfering with an Officer and Conspiracy to Commit Larceny 3.
Jason Howard was charged with Criminal Attempt Larceny 3, Criminal Impersonation, Forgery 2 and Interfering with an Officer.
All were charged with Interfering with an Officer because they did not initially provide their true identities.
Bond was set for each man at $200. They share a date in Stamford Superior Court on June 17, 2019.