A USF custodian has been arrested under the suspicion of creating a false identity to steal around $37,000 from USF Federal Credit Union accounts.
Between January and February, according to the Tampa Tribune, investigators said Darrell McNabb allegedly transferred a total of $37,000 from two accounts into his own.
On Feb. 6, University Police (UP) began an investigation of suspicious activity related to the accounts of two credit union members.
McNabb, 33, was arrested under charges of organized fraud, grand theft, identity theft and 15 counts of dealing in stolen property according to the Hillsborough County Sherriff’s Office (HCSO) website.
McNabb is suspected of creating false identities for each of the victims, according to UP, which would have enabled him to access the accounts.
McNabb has been placed on administrative leave from USF and remains in Hillsborough County jail, with a bond set at $142,500, according to the HCSO website.