Florida man pleads guilty in R.I., Mass. bank fraud scheme

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PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE)- Stacy Moore, 48, of Miami Beach, Florida, pleaded guilty to ID theft, mail theft, and bank fraud charges, United States District Attorney Aaron Weisman announced today.

According to court documents, Moore ordered replacement debit cards from banks using stolen identification information, then picked them up from the homes of the bank account holders using the U.S. Postal Service’s Informed Delivery.

Moore then used two stolen debit cards to withdraw $9600 dollars at ATMs in Boston over the course of two days in December, and another card to withdraw $6000 from ATMs in Middletown and Newport in February.

Police from Barrington, East Greenwich, West Warwick and Middletown, along with the Rhode Island Department of Corrections, contributed to the investigation.

Moore is scheduled to be sentenced in May.

 

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