Hopefully when the new decade comes, people learn that social media is not the best place to promote your criminal activities if you’re trying to stay out of jail.
Arlando Henderson allegedly stole over $88,000 from the North Charlotte bank that he worked at. He stole the money from deposits customers made on 18 separate occasions in 2019.
Authorities tracked him down because he was flexing on social media. In July, after Henderson stole $70,000 he put a $20,000 cash down payment on a 2019 Mercedes-Benz. “I make it look easy but this…really a PROCESS,” Henderson wrote in another now-deleted Facebook post while holding a stack of money and smoking.
On top of the dry snitching on social media, the petty criminal deposited the money at an ATM near the bank and forged documents to get loans like the one he received to purchase his Benz.
Henderson was arrested on December 4th and he’s facing two counts of fraud and 19 counts of theft, embezzlement, and misapplication. He also got hit with 12 counts for falsifying documents, which is a maximum 30 year sentence and $1 million fine per count. If you thought the the 30 year sentence and $12 million fine was bad, Henderson also has a transactional money laundering charge that could add 10 years to his sentence.