CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) – Federal authorities are accusing a former Wells Fargo employee of stealing more than $88,000 in cash from the vault of a bank in North Carolina.
An indictment unsealed this week alleges 29-year-old Arlando M. Henderson took the cash from customer deposits on at least 18 occasions throughout 2019 and then rigged the books to try to hide his actions.
He is accused of using the money to pay for personal expenses, including a $20,000 down payment on a 2019 Mercedes-Benz.
The Charlotte resident was arrested in San Diego Dec. 4. He faces several charges, including two counts of financial institution fraud and 19 counts of theft.
The Charlotte Observer reports the indictment alleges Henderson regularly posted on social media about his newfound riches, including photos with cash in his hands or all over the floor.
His federal public defender in California did not respond to a request for comment from the newspaper Friday.
- UNC football’s Ja’Qurious Conley to step up in Myles Wolfolk’s absence
- Boy born at UNC REX on same day his father was 23 years ago
- Buffalo police officers no longer have to wear their names on their uniforms
- Florida wildlife refuge to take 30 former circus elephants
- Gov. Cooper requests major disaster declaration to help with Hurricane Isaias recovery
For more stories like this that matter to you, click here to download the CBS 17 News app for free.
Watch live newscasts, get breaking news and sign up for push alerts – download now