2nd person, Jamalia Boyd, arraigned in Darien bank fraud scheme

Police say Boyd and an accomplice deposited stolen checks into a fraudulent bank account and withdrew $57,000. (1/12/14)

DARIEN - A second person is behind bars this morning for their alleged role in a bank fraud scheme.

Police say 33-year-old Jamalia Boyd, of Manhattan, and an accomplice registered a fake business in Darien, and then used the business to open fraudulent bank accounts. They say the two deposited stolen checks into the account and withdrew $57,000.

Boyd was arraigned Friday and held on bond. Michael Brady had previously been charged by police in the scheme.

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