SCAM NEWS: Texas Woman Allegedly Scammed $12,000 From Victims By Pretending To Be Male U.S. Solider In Africa

SCAM NEWS: Texas Woman Allegedly Scammed $12,000 From Victims By Pretending To Be Male U.S. Solider In Africa

Defendant has pending fraud cases in Missouri and Texas

  • Pinima Godpower, 26, of Irving, Texas, is accused of a third-degree felony count of fraud (over $2,500 but not more than $20,000).
  • The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office launched the investigation on Jan. 18, 2019.
  • The defendant was booked and released on the night of March 5 from the San Juan County Adult Detention Center.
  • The defendant is accused of defrauding a woman of $12,000 through three wire transfers between Jan. 10, 2019, and Jan. 19, 2019, according to the arrest warrant affidavit.

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