Woman Accused of Bank Fraud and Identity Theft
A woman from California is accused of defrauding the Bank of America including a branch in Rochester.
The United States Attorney's Office said that 24-year-old Cassandra Montrevel of Sacramento used a fake Texas driver’s license to withdraw money.
She was able to withdraw $29,000 from branches in Buffalo, Syracuse, and Rochester.
If convicted of bank fraud and identity theft, Montrevel faces a maximum of 30 years in prison and a possible million dollar fine.