They found several bank documents in the passenger seat and detained Adadevoh.
“Upon search of Adadevoh’s vehicle it was determined that he was an employee at a Wells Fargo Bank and he was committing fraudulent activity with multiple accounts by using Wells Fargo customer’s information,” Wallace said.
Police also found amphetamines and marijuana in the vehicle, Wallace said. Adadevoh was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of amphetamines, drugs not in original container and possession of controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school. He had the 11 amphetamine pills and one Xanax pill near Park Street Elementary School, police said in an arrest warrant.
Adadevoh was released from the Cobb County Adult Detention Center on Sept. 29 on $8,000 bond, sheriff’s office spokesman Robert Quigley said.
The Wells Fargo Fraud Department is investigating the alleged fraud.