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    Jailed for cashing Chase check at Chase bank

    This is nuts...

    "The check had Njoku’s name and address on it and was issued by JP Morgan Chase. But the Chase Customer Banker who handles large checks at the Auburn branch was immediately suspicious.

    “I was embarrassed,” Njoku said. “She asked me what I did for a living. Asked me where I got the check from, looked me up and down—like ‘you just bought a house in Auburn, really?’ She didn’t believe that,” he said.

    The Customer Banker said the check looked fake, so she took it, along with Njoku’s driver license and credit card, and called Bank Support.

    After waiting for about 15 minutes, Njoku said he got impatient and told Chase he was leaving to do an important errand. By the time he got back, the bank was closed. Njoku said he called customer service and asked them what he should do. He says they told him to go back to the bank the next day to get his money.

    But when Njoku arrived, it wasn’t the money that was waiting for him.

    “They just threw me in jail; they called the police and said this guy has a fraudulent check,” Njoku said.

    Auburn police arrested him for forgery - a felony crime.

    “I was like - you’re making a mistake, you’re making a mistake, don’t take me to jail, I got work tomorrow. I can’t afford to miss work,” he said.

    Njoku was taken to jail on June 24, 2010, which was a Thursday. The next day, Chase Special Investigations, realized it was a mistake. The check was legitimate. The Investigator called Auburn Police and left a message with the detective handling the case, but it was her day off. So Njoku stayed in jail for the entire weekend. Finally, on Monday, he was released. "

    http://www.king5.com/news/125105599.html

    dude lost his car to impound and auction, and even worse lost his job

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    Re: Jailed for cashing Chase check at Chase bank

    I'm sure he will have legal recourse here.
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    Re: Jailed for cashing Chase check at Chase bank

    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    I'm sure he will have legal recourse here.
    lately what I thought were slam dunk legal cases have come back...'not guilty'

    but yeah, he should...i can't believe they left the poor $#@! in there the whole weekend because the detective wasn't working. that's messed up

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    Re: Jailed for cashing Chase check at Chase bank

    Quote Originally Posted by conley View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    I'm sure he will have legal recourse here.
    lately what I thought were slam dunk legal cases have come back...'not guilty'

    but yeah, he should...i can't believe they left the poor $#@! in there the whole weekend because the detective wasn't working. that's messed up

    I've about people getting arrested for dumb $#@! on a Friday afternoon and the judge is off for the weekend so they can't post bail until Monday.
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