blatant stupidity entertains me.
i don’t understand why folks feel the need to “ig explorer page” their crimes.
it really baffles me,
but i wouldn’t have anything to font about.
so everyone meet arlando henderson.
he worked at wells fargo but got caught up robbing the company blind.
the way he allegedly caught his own self up tho…
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according to “heavy.com“:
Arlando Henderson is the former Wells Fargo employee accused of stealing nearly $90,000 from his employer over several months and then posted pictures to social media holding large stacks of cash.
Federal prosecutors say Henderson used the stolen money to buy a luxury vehicle and falsified documents to cover his tracks. Henderson, 29, worked at a bank in Charlotte, North Carolina but was arrested in San Diego on December 4, 2019.
Henderson faces charges including financial institution fraud; 19 counts of theft, embezzlement, and misapplication; and twelve counts of making false entries. He was being held at a federal detention center in San Diego, according to inmate records.
Arlando Henderson began working at a Wells Fargo location in Charlotte in April of 2019, according to the unsealed criminal indictment. Henderson had the keys to the bank vault and within two months of being hired, allegedly began stealing.
Federal prosecutors say that Henderson is accused of pocketing money from the vault on at least 18 separate occasions. The money he allegedly stole came from deposits made by bank customers.
i don’t understand why folks can’t lay low when they committing crimes.
it cracks me up when they recording themselves cheating.
do people realize they’re being watched?
people are always watching all of us.
from our feeds to our stories,
i mean we post damn near everything for review.
this hyena went from claiming bankruptcy in 2013 to flexing hard in 2019.
i wonder who was the snitch was?
i bet it was a co-worker.
if “he” was me,
you’d never see my ass again.
you gotta move so low-key that you a damn ninja.
this insane need to post legit bad behavior stay catching folks up.
i love to see it.
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