Bloomfield police turned over a Moodus woman to Southington police on Jan. 6 to face charges of passing counterfeit checks at Webster Bank. Marsi Mirmina, 27, was charged with third degree larceny and third degree forgery.
The warrant stems from an investigation that began on Nov. 30, 2016 when the Southington Police Department received a report from a Webster Bank fraud investigator. The investigator reported a white female, identifying herself as Marsi Mirmina, had allegedly passed four counterfeit checks using the valid checking account of a Webster Bank customer.
These checks were passed at various Webster Bank locations, including one check for the amount of $2,483.23 that was cashed by this same female at the Webster Bank at 359 Queen St. on Oct. 13, 2016 at 2:16 p.m.
Mirmina was released on a $5,000 bond with a court appearance scheduled for Jan. 23 in Bristol. Mirmina was turned over to the New Britain Police Department who also held an active warrant for her.