• Bank manager accused of forging thousands from customers' account


    MARIETTA, Ga. - A bank manager is in jail after allegedly charging her customers' account for her own profit.

    Tasha Goodson, the assistant bank manager at the Chase branch on Barrett Parkway, has been charged with computer fraud and forgery.

    An arrest warrant accuses Goodson of using information in customers' accounts to cash tens of thousands of dollars' worth of U.S. Treasury checks.

    Channel 2's Ross Cavitt spoke to former customer Krista Fifa, who just closed her account after dealing with an identification theft, depleting her funds in transactions that she said that Chase could never really explain.

    "Who off the street can come in and get my name, my email address, phone numbers? I mean, who can come in and get into my account without having some sort of inside connection?" Fifa said.

    Her experience happened just as Channel 2 Action News learned investigators busted Goodson for taking advantage of customers' account information.

    Goodson is being held on a $150,000 bond.

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