Man wanted for fraudulent transactions arrested
SALEM, N.H. — A teller at Citizens Bank told police she recognized a man wanted for making fraudulent transactions across New England after reading a company memo out of Rhode Island. Salem police said they responded Tuesday at 2 p.m. to 45 South Broadway after receiving a call about the man, who was trying to withdraw $6,000 in cash by using an identification with his photo but someone else’s information.
“The other person was real,” Capt. Joel Dolan said. “So his identity had been stolen and used to create a fake license.”
Dolan could not quantify the number of banks the suspect had been to before stopping in Salem. He said U.S. Postal Service and U.S. Secret Service officials are interested in speaking with him, but could not say why.
Police said the teller tried to stall the suspect until officers arrived, but the man grabbed the fake ID and ran away.
Police said they were able to stop Deandray Buckley, 26, of Belleville, Michigan, soon after they pulled into the bank’s parking lot. He was charged with resisting arrest, attempted theft by deception and attempted identity fraud.
Police said Buckley refused bail and was held overnight in Rockingham County Jail.
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