Man Charged With Nassau Bank Fraud

Police arrested a Manhattan man on July 21 for grand larceny and identity theft which occurred throughout Nassau County beginning July 11.

Michael Beene, 54, entered various TD banks, according to police, presented the teller with a fraudulent N.J. Driver’s License with his picture on it bearing the name of a male victim, and withdrew money from the victim’s account. 

TD bank sustained a financial loss in excess of $30,000.  Beene was also found to be in possession of a forged Capital One credit card also in the victim’s name, according to police.

Second Precinct Police officers arrested Beene in Bethpage.  He is being charged with four counts of Grand Larceny 3rd Degree, two counts of Possession Forged Instrument 2nd Degree, Identity Theft 1st Degree.

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