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Monday, September 19, 2011

Bank employees facing charges in New Jersey

Two bank employees were arrested last week for allegedly embezzling money from the Saddle River Road branch of TD Bank over the course of several months.

On Aug. 29 at 3:14 p.m., Officer Joseph Mecionis responded to the TD Bank on Saddle River Road for a report of embezzlement. After arriving at the bank, the officer met with corporate security representatives who stated they had two employees in custody for stealing money and falsifying bank records to cover up the theft.
Ian Williams, 23, of Englewood allegedly began taking money from his drawer "on and off for several months," police said. Later, Williams enlisted the aid of his co-worker – Gisselle Delacruz, 24, of Prospect Park – to help him cover up the thefts, police said. The duo allegedly falsified records to cover up the cash shortages in their drawers, police said.
Authorities allege that Williams stole $6,100 and Delacruz stole $4,100.
The pair was arrested on Aug. 29 and charged with theft and conspiracy. They were later released on their own recognizance and are scheduled to appear in Fair Lawn Municipal Court on Sept. 14.

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