On Thursday, January 2nd, 2014, Port Chester Police received a call from the Greenburgh Police Department stating that they had an arrest on December 31st, 2013 of a larceny in which a woman used a forged license to obtain $4,010 from a Wells Fargo customer’s account, according to Lt. James Ladeairous of the Port Chester Police Department.
The woman admitted to it, and stated that she tried the same thing in Port Chester at Wells Fargo. Port Chester Police spoke to the manager at Wells Fargo and also to the teller. The teller remembered that the transaction was for $4,100 and that the woman was trying to use a Pennsylvania driver’s license. The teller was able to identify the woman. A warrant was issued for her at the county jail, said Lt. James Ladeairous of the Port Chester Police Department.
Lasheda Finch, 37, of 66 Montgomery Street, New York, New York was charged with Attempted Grand Larceny in the 3rd degree, which is an E Felony and Identity Theft in the 2nd degree, which is an E Felony.