*UPDATE*Guilderland Man Sought by Troopers for Check Fraud Scheme



 Major Robert E. Patnaude
 Troop G Commander





On August 14, 2019, State Police in Latham arrested 24-year-old Cameron S. Dobbs of Guilderland, for four counts of Felony Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument,  Grand Larceny 3rd degree, and Misdemeanor Providing a False Statement.
On July 8, 2019, State Police Investigators from SP Latham, received a complaint from the suspect’s former employer, that five checks totaling $4,300.00 were deducted from their business checking account. The victim stated that he had paid Dobbs with a business check for work that he had done for him in the past, but that he had not written the new checks. During the investigation, it was discovered that Dobbs had deposited the five fraudulent checks into his own checking accounts, on five separate dates. Dobbs also lied to investigators by providing a false statement while being interviewed regarding the case. He was arraigned in Guilderland and Colonie Town Courts, and Albany City Court.
SP Latham

August 12th, 2019

Guilderland Man Sought by Troopers in Check Fraud Scheme

The New York State Police are looking for a Guilderland man after they say he's been conducting fraudulent banking activities throughout the Capital Region.  Investigators based out of the Latham Barracks are looking for Cameron Dobbs, age 24, of Guilderland, NY for multiple felony charges, including Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument 2nd degree, and Grand Larceny 3rd degree.  He's sought by State Police for possessing fake checks from his previous employer and depositing them into multiple accounts through mobile deposits.  Anybody with information on his whereabouts is asked to call BCI Investigator Mike Altieri at (518) 783-3211.