Man charged with hacking into Fayetteville ATMs
Posted July 4, 2011
Fayetteville, N.C. — A Maryland man has been charged after Fayetteville police determined someone had been hacking into automated teller machines at local businesses, police said Monday.
Devawn Jamal Walsh, 23, of Mitchellville, Md., was charged Friday with four counts of felony accessing of a computer and one count of misdemeanor possession of marijuana. He was being held Monday in the Cumberland County jail under $30,000 in bonds.
Police said Walsh was responsible for stealing an undisclosed amount of cash from ATMs on numerous occasions.