Cape Coral man arrested, accused of check fraud, stealing over $100K
A man was arrested Tuesday morning after Cape Coral police say he used personal information to make counterfeit checks and stole over $100,000.
According to the Cape Coral Police Department, Dysean Isiah Bryant, 21, was arrested and faces fourteen counts of unlawful possession of personal identifying information, coupled with evidence of grand theft of around $106,691.25. He was already incarcerated at the Lee County Jail on separate charges.
On March 3 at around 6:30 a.m., U.S. Marshals went to Bryant’s home on Southeast 2nd Place with a warrant for violating a pre-trial agreement with the original charge of possessing a weapon by a delinquent. Marshals found evidence of narcotic activity and reported it to CCPD.
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