Man charged with hacking into Fayetteville ATMs
A Maryland man has been charged after Fayetteville police determined someone had been hacking into automated teller machines at local businesses, police said Monday.Posted — Updated
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.