(Providence, RI) -- A Providence man accused of stealing personal banking information of several people and using it to access their accounts is pleading guilty to federal bank fraud and identity theft charges. Jamal Mansaray admitted to fraudulently obtaining a total of 74-thousand dollars, according to the U.S. Justice Department. The Providence Police Department began an investigation that pointed to Mansaray after someone tried to cash a check drawn on an account belonging to a retired Providence firefighter last September. Mansaray is scheduled to be sentenced in federal court in August.
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