Officer Jorge Irizarry brought 19-year-old Stephanie Araliz Ramirez to the Miami Springs police station after she tried to fraudulently withdraw $1,600 from the Wells Fargo Bank branch in Miami Springs. After an investigation, Ramirez was charged with additional crimes, including vehicle theft.
Officer Jorge Irizarry brought 19-year-old Stephanie Araliz Ramirez to the Miami Springs police station after she tried to fraudulently withdraw $1,600 from the Wells Fargo Bank branch in Miami Springs. After an investigation, Ramirez was charged with additional crimes, including vehicle theft. Gazette Photo/WALLY CLARK
Officer Jorge Irizarry brought 19-year-old Stephanie Araliz Ramirez to the Miami Springs police station after she tried to fraudulently withdraw $1,600 from the Wells Fargo Bank branch in Miami Springs. After an investigation, Ramirez was charged with additional crimes, including vehicle theft. Gazette Photo/WALLY CLARK

Attempt at fraud spurs investigation by Miami Springs police

October 29, 2014 04:55 PM

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