Woman Charged for Skipping Court for Attempted Bank Fraud

A Bronx woman, Richardine Perry, 42, surrendered to Greenwich Police on Dec 24, 2019 and was arrested in connection with a bank fraud attempt stemming back to Sept 4, 2019.

On that date Ms. Perry was arrested for attempting to make a fraudulent transaction at a bank on East Putnam Avenue along with accomplice Quincy Dorsett of Mamaroneck and Korey Howe, of Bronx, who was in the getaway car.

A bank teller told police that Ms Perry and Mr. Dorsett filled out withdrawal slips for a checking account in the amount of $8,500. The teller became suspicious because neither Perry nor Dorsett knew the account information. When asked for ID they presented fake identification. The account holder was contacted and confirmed she had no knowledge of withdrawal from her account.

Perry was charged with Forgery 2, Criminal Impersonation, identity Theft 1, Conspiracy to Commit Identity Theft 1, Conspiracy to Commit Larceny 3, and Criminal Attempt Larceny 3 and Larceny 3. At the time her bond was set at $5,000.

Ms. Perry failed to appear for one or more court appearances and Greenwich Police obtained a warrant for her arrest.

This week, upon being processed by Greenwich Police, Ms. Perry’s bond was set at $25,000.

Ms. Perry has a date in Stamford Superior Court on Jan 8, 2020.