A Maryland woman has been arrested by Greenwich Police on charges she stole another woman's identity and tried to empty the victim's bank account of more than $9,000.
Police were summoned to the 197 Greenwich Ave. branch of Chase Bank just before 5 p.m. June 1. Bank personnel reported a person was "attempting to withdraw approximately $9,725 from an account belonging to another individual," according to a police report.
The suspect is accused of identifying herself as a woman from Brooklyn, NY and produced a New York State driver's license and a Chase bank card in the victim's name. She also had a withdrawl slip signed in the victim's name, according to the report.
Police determined that all of the documents were forgeries and arrested Zonia M. Murray, 23, of Temple Hills, MD, with unlawful reproduction of a credit card, identity theft, criminal impersonation, first-degree forgery, second-degree forgery, interfering with an officer and criminal attempt. Murrary was unable to post $10,000 bond. She was scheduled to appear June 4 in state Superior Court in Stamford.