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Man accused of using phony ID at Oak Harbor bank

Whidbey News Times

Sharp-eyed employees at an Oak Harbor bank helped police catch a man who has allegedly been traveling the country and using phony IDs to steal from unsuspecting residents, according to court records.

Prosecutors charged 58-year-old Jerry Cesaro in Island County Superior Court Feb. 3 with identity theft in the first degree and obstructing a law enforcement officer. Cesaro is identified as a Bronx resident in court papers.

Cesaro pleaded not guilty Monday. A judge has ordered him held on $40,000 bail.


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