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10 Charged In Detroit Bank Fraud Scam


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December 17, 2004

DETROIT -- Ten people are accused of cleaning out nearly $1 million from people's accounts at Detroit-area banks.

Federal authorities said Lester Ollison, 26, and Jameel Murphy, 23, both of Detroit, were the masterminds behind the scheme.

Over the last year and a half, Ollison and Murphy allegedly recruited bank tellers to give them personal information from customers' bank accounts in order to create fake driver's licenses.

The two are also accused of hiring "runners" to withdraw money from people's accounts at Charter One, Citizens and Huntington banks.

The 10 people allegedly involved in the scheme have been charged with bank fraud.


Just goes to show you how unsafe our information really is.

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