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Woman charged with abetting theft

BY DI STAFF | MARCH 24, 2010 7:30 AM

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Police charged a Chicago woman after she allegedly withdrew $2,400 from a defunct account and failed to reimburse the bank.

Ini Guzman, 31, was charged Feb. 19 with aiding and abetting second-degre theft.

Guzman allegedly wrote two checks to her sister on her account. Her sister then deposited them into a recently opened account and proceeded to withdraw cash, police said.

According to reports, both checks were returned to Guzman “account closed.” The account had been closed since Nov. 3, 2006, according to police records.

After allegedly failing to reimburse the bank after a 10-day notice, Guzman was charged.

Aiding and abetting second-degree theft is a Class D felony generally punishable by up to five years in prison and a maximum fine of $7,500.

— by Jordan Fries


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