Woman Accused of Banking Fraud in South Windsor Arrested

A woman accused of banking fraud was picked up by the U.S. Marshal's Service in Hartford on Tuesday.

 

SOUTH WINDSOR — Federal marshals on Tuesday snagged a woman accused of banking fraud in South Windsor, local police said.

Aisha Terry, 41, of Manchester, was taken into custody on Tuesday, police said. She was charged with fourth-degree larceny, criminal attempt to commit fourth-degree larceny, fifth-degree larceny, third-degree identity theft, issuing a bad check and second-degree forgery, police said.

Terry was released on $1,300 cash bond and is scheduled to appear in Manchester Superior Court on July 5.

Terry's charges stem from a January 2016 complaint by a local bank that she had opened an account under a false name and funded it with counterfeit checks, according to an arrest warrant. She then allegedly withdrew
the amount of the counterfeit checks — about $2,300 — prior to the bank realizing the
checks were not valid, police said.

Investigators later determined Terry's real identity and obtained a warrant for her arrest. She was picked up by the U.S. Marshal's Service in Hartford on Tuesday, police said.

 

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