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Man Hired By Bank To Be In Charge Of Cash Vault Stole $88K And Flashed The Cash, Jewellery And New Mercedes On Social Media

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Man Hired By Bank To Be In Charge Of Cash Vault Stole $88K And Flashed The Cash, Jewellery And New Mercedes On Social Media

He made a large cash-down payment on a luxury car before being arrested!

An ambitious rapper has been accused of stealing $88,000 from Wells Fargo, North Carolina after displaying expensive clothes, jewelry and stacks of $100 bills on social media.

In an indictment unsealed earlier this week in Federal Court in Charlotte, Arlando Henderson, 29, was arrested in San Diego on December 4th and made his first court appearance on the 6th.

Arlando Henderson, 29, was arrested in San Diego. He was accused of stealing $88,000 from Wells Fargo, North Carolina

Two months into Henderson’s tenure at the bank, he was accused to have begun pocketing small monies out of the bank

Currently with 34 counts of financial institution fraud, money laundering, embezzlement and misapplication, false entries and theft, a court document alleged that during Henderson’s employment at a Wells Fargo branch in Charlotte, he has on at least 18 occasions stole cash from deposits made by bank customers.

Two months into Henderson’s tenure at the bank, he was also accused to have begun pocketing small monies out of the bank. Emboldened by his action, Henderson then proceeded to steal larger amounts, capping a one-time theft of $13,450 in mid-July.

Between July and August 2019, the upcoming rapper used his Instagram and Facebook account to display large stacks of $100 bills

Henderson made a large cash-down payment on a luxury car before being arrested

Henderson has been using the stolen monies for personal expenses. According to a release from the United States Department of Justice, Henderson has made a large cash-down payment on a luxury car before being arrested. Included as part of his criminal enterprise, Henderson equally destroyed some original documents and created false entries in the bank’s book to cover up his theft.

Henderson equally destroyed some original documents and created false entries in the bank’s book to cover up his theft

Being an aspiring recording artist performing under a stage named ‘Aceey4oez’, Henderson wasn’t shy about flaunting the stolen funds.

Between July and August 2019, the upcoming rapper used his Instagram and Facebook account to display large stacks of $100 bills. Other photos reveal the 29-year-old showing off designer clothes, including a Balman sweatshirt and a Burberry button-down shirt as well as a diamond-encrusted wrist-watch.

Henderson uploaded a picture of himself in front of his luxury vehicle, wearing a T-shirt with a motto that reads: ‘Ain’t Wit Being Broke

In August, Henderson uploaded a picture of himself in front of his luxury vehicle, wearing a T-shirt with a motto that reads: ‘Ain’t Wit Being Broke.’ Henderson is, however, due back in court for another hearing on December 17.

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