STREETSBORO, Ohio — The Streetsboro Police Division is asking for the general public’s assist in finding a neighborhood man who is thought by police to make use of con-artists techniques to swindle companies in Northeast Ohio out of hundreds of dollars through the use of faux IDs and counterfeit checks, in keeping with a information launch.
Jason Nicholas James, 47, has two energetic warrants. Police mentioned he’s the suspect in a number of thefts, together with forgery and passing unhealthy checks. Police mentioned James has used a former dwelling in Brunswick or deserted buildings as his tackle.
In 2014, he was arrested in Greensboro, North Carolina as a part of a $9 million Ponzi scheme. He was charged with defrauding at the very least one sufferer out of $300,000, police mentioned.
“Enterprise house owners and staff want to concentrate on his pleasant con-artist techniques as a result of he seems real, assured and out-going whereas he’s presenting faux identification and checks to make giant purchases,” Streetsboro police mentioned in a information launch.
Police mentioned companies in Streetsboro are out of $18,000.
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