Woman Arrested for Making Fraudulent Money Orders

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Photo of Cosentino provided by the Auburn Police Department.


Detectives have arrested a woman they say was able to con an Auburn check cashing business.

Back in January 2012, a woman is said to have used fraudulent money orders and a fake name to cash some checks at the Cash Club in Auburn.

At first, detectives weren’t able to identify the woman. But, with the help of the California Department of Justice, 31-year-old Auburn resident Emily Cosentino was identified as the suspect.

Detectives were then able to link Cosentino to more alleged fraud incidents at a Cash Club branch in Rocklin.

Wednesday, detectives arrested Cosentino at a home near Ensenada Way and Evergreen Street in Sacramento. She was later booked at Placer County Jail for burglary and identity theft charges.

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