GROVE CITY — Charlotte County Sheriff’s detectives arrested a Grove City man Thursday who wanted his bank to reimburse him for numerous fraudulent ATM transactions from his accounts; however, ATM photos showed he withdrew the money and filed a false report. Charged with false reports of commission of crimes was Scott Douglas Jury, 53, of the 2800 block of Oyster Creek Drive. On June 15, Jury contacted deputies reporting he discovered his Wells Fargo checking account on South McCall Road in Englewood, was overdrawn by transactions he did not make totaling $1,515. He also told detectives he believed his son was responsible as he had the pin number to the account. Jury said he filed a claim with the bank to get reimbursed but the claim was denied and he needed an official CCSO report. He also told detectives he wanted his son arrested so he could get his money back. Detectives then started the long process of filing to get access to the bank photos to see who used the ATM machines.
Ironically, Thursday, Jury again went to the district office in Englewood to report more fraudulent bank activity to another of his accounts. He again said he believed his son made the illegal transactions. Detectives asked Jury to identify 11 transactions he said were fraudulent, which he identified by each transaction number. Detectives then showed Jury the same transactions and this time included the photos taken by the ATM machine for each transaction he verified. He then began saying he couldn’t remember making any of these withdrawals. Detectives later in the interview said Jury said he used the money to pay bills and purchase illegal prescription pills. Jury was arrested and transported to the Charlotte County Jail. He posted a $1,000 bond and was released Friday morning.
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