3 women accused of ATM skimming arraigned

DARIEN - Three women accused of skimming ATM machines in southwestern Connecticut were arraigned yesterday.

Sabrina Matache, 22, and her two aunts, Laura Stiuca, 31, and Nadia Paisci, 48, face more than 30 charges for allegedly stealing $5,000 from the machines.

Police say the trio used a counterfeit debit card and also put computer devices around the machines to capture PIN and card numbers.

Matache posted bond Friday afternoon. Her aunts are still being held due to immigration issues.

Alleged ATM scammers to appear in court

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