Rochester Woman Caught up in Nigerian Scam

Rochester woman caught up in Nigerian scam operation, so now faces the criminal charges for stealing from her employer and also to send advance payments to the scam artists in order to get a promised $10 million.

Jalaine Noella Holtan is charged with one count of felony theft. She has to be in Olmsted court on Nov. 17 as summons has been issued.

The area manager of casey’s general stores called police on July 10 after learning from the banks that several deposit bags had not been deposited from one of the stores. Holtan said the manager that she had to keep cash because she owed people money. She took around $10,000 to $15,000. Later she said that she had been investing for several years. Early in July she got an e-mail from attorney morgan smith, who said that holtan will receive $10 million from the investment that she made in diamonds and oil in Nigeria.

In June, diplomats from Nigeria were there in rochester with the money, but they need a certificate to transfer the money to her. Holtan said that diplomat wanted her to pay for the certificate. But she was not ready with the money so the diplomat returned and put her in touch with smith. Holtan was said that smith would arrive Rochester on July 9, and she waited until 10 p. m. but he never arrived.

Holtan said she received a message from smith that night, he said he need $2500 to get to Rochester with $10 million but she dint have it for him.

Holtan said she send nearly $12,507 to these people since July 7. She said she got majority of money by borrowing it from her employer. She took it with the intention of repaying on the receipt of $10 million. She admitted that she took money from bank deposit and also from safe during the week of July 6.

The complaint said that cesay’s is missing $8,676.26 from its deposits.

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