A York man already arrested for financial identity fraud at a Rock Hill bank has been charged again with the same crime.
On Oct. 2, Rock Hill Police responded to Arrowpointe Federal Credit Union about a reported theft. A bank teller stated that a man entered the credit union on Sept. 16 and withdrew $600 from an account, the police report states.
The bank teller told police she recognized the man as Anthony Kennedy, 59, from news reports. Kennedy was arrested and charged with financial identify fraud on Sept. 24. Kennedy used a fake ID card to withdraw $400 from the Wells Fargo bank on East Main Street and was arrested the same day, police say.
Police recognized Kennedy as the same man she served after reviewing security footage, she told police. Kennedy used the same identify in both incidents, the reports state. The victim told police he did not withdraw money from either accounts.
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Kennedy was already at the York County Detention Center, and was served with warrants for the crime against the Arrowpointe Federal credit union. His bond is set at $82,200, charged with four counts of financial identify fraud and two counts of forgery of less than $10,000.