Hartford Police Arrested Manchester Man for Cyber Hacking
A Manchester man has been captured by the Hartford police after an examination concerning the theft of retirement stores prompted the disclosure of Cyber hacking, bank wire misrepresentation, and tax evasion, as per police.
Police said they revealed complex levels of Cyber hacking, bank wire extortion, and illegal tax avoidance while exploring the burglary of a huge number of dollars from a retirement account.
According to police, The significant Crime Division financial violations unit got a protestation in March that a Wells Fargo bank account had been compromised and confirmed that there had been unlawful access to the record in April 2014 and more than $300,000 was stolen.
In the further investigations by Detectives along with the Federal Bureau of Investigations, it was founded that several fraudulent financial accounts were opened with wrong credentials. Kwadjo Osei-Wusu (36-year-old) of Manchester, is the name identified by officials and is the main victim of this case.
Moreover, the officer said that money orders turned over to him from 2014 to 2017 ranged from $10,000 to $60,000.
They said deceitful checks and cash orders diverted over to him from 2014 until the point when 2017 ran from $10,000 to $60,000.
According to an arrest warrant received by police, Osei-Wusu is accused of money laundering in the second degree, burglary in the first degree and conspiracy to commit identity theft on the first degree.
On Friday morning, Osei-Wusu was arrested by police from an East Hartford Saloon shop and then was shifted to the major crimes divisions.