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Two Mobile residents plead guilty to stealing more than $95,000 in bank fraud scheme

Fox 10 TV

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Two people pleaded guilty Monday to a scheme to defraud banks and credit unions through a series of stolen and forged checks, driver’s licenses and other phony documents.

According to court records, the defendants operated from at least December of last year to May in the Mobile area. Pleading guilty in U.S. District Court were Jonathan Earl Kyser, 21, of Mobile, and Danquile Nakricia Westbrook, 20, of Mobile. They are among a dozen people named in the federal indictment.


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