A Philadelphia woman has been sentenced to six months in jail and must pay $4,275 restitution for using a forged Pennsylvania driver’s license in attempts to steal money from accounts a two banks branches in .
Arlene Layton, 37, of 1744 N. 29th St., Philadelphia, pleaded guilty on Oct. 26 to second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. said that on June 22 and Aug. 19 Layton went to branches in Piermont and in the Town of Ramapo to withdraw money without permission of the account owners.
Zugibe said Layton showed a forged driver’s license with the name of an account holder in attempts to get access to funds.
Layton was sentenced by County Court Judge Charles Apotheker in New City. In addition to the restitution and time in the Rockland County Correctional Facility in New City, Layton was ordered to serve five years probation.