Three Face Conspiracy Charges For Depositing Fraudulent Checks At An Alabama Bank

In 2022, three individuals from Alabama have been charged with conspiracy and bank fraud. They were found guilty of depositing fraudulent checks at a Chase Bank branch in Birmingham.

The U.S. Department of Justice made an announcement on Monday, stating that three individuals have been indicted on multiple charges. The indictment charges Jon-Christopher Arrington Spencer, also known as “JC Spencer” or “Money Mike,” a 22-year-old from Bessemer; Haley Monique Perkins, a 21-year-old from Pleasant Grove; and Jeffery Dwaine Moody, Jr., a 22-year-old from Birmingham, with conspiracy and bank fraud. Furthermore, Spencer has been charged with theft of mail matter.

Between May 2022 and August 31, 2022, Spencer, Perkins, and Moody are accused of conspiring to defraud Chase Bank, as stated in the indictment. Their alleged plan involved acquiring three fraudulent checks from the blue depository boxes at the Meadowbrook U.S. Post Office, where the checks had been deposited by three different businesses after hours.

Moody received the checks and deposited them into his own Chase Bank account. The total amount of the checks deposited exceeded $7,000. Furthermore, the defendants made two unsuccessful attempts to withdraw money from this account for personal purposes.

Spencer could potentially be sentenced to up to 35 years in prison, while Perkins and Moody may face a maximum of 30 years behind bars.


The case was investigated by the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, while Assistant U.S. Attorney Brittney L. Plyler is responsible for prosecuting it.

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