11 arrested for their involvement in a scam involving RBFCU ATM’s

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — A crime ring targeting local ATM’s has been broken up.

After a two year investigation involving several area law enforcement agencies, 11 people connected to the scheme have been arrested.

Investigators say they would create a new account at Randolph Brooks Federal Credit Union then deposit counterfeit checks. After withdrawing the funds from RBFCU ATM’s, they would report fraudulent activity on their accounts and try to get the credit union to reimburse them.

The scam worked to the tune of $80,000.

The 11 people who have been arrested are:

Donell Garfield Sauls

Angelina Alfaro

Jessie Rodriguez

Jabari Durham

Ryan D. Hull

Enrique Gomez

Kiana Casas

Jordan Spence

Pernell Riley

Kassandra Hall

Anthony McGruder

Police are still looking for a 12th individual believed to be a person of interest in the case.

Photo: Guadalupe County Sheriff

If you recognize the man or know where he is, contact Guadalupe County Crime Stoppers at 1-877-403-8477.

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