GS9 Member Accused Of Scamming Court And Banks For Over $350,000
A man associated with rapper Bobby Shmurda GS9 crew is accused of forging over $350,000 worth of money orders in 2016.
Jkwon Roney, of Brooklyn was also hit with charges that he used the Glen Rock, New Jersey Municipal Court's account number to steal another $8,000.
According to The Daily Voice, the GS9 member, also known as Jay Shmoney, posted pictures of himself with stacks of cash on Instagram, while traveling and driving in luxury cars.
Roney and a co-defendant would forge US Postal Service and Western Union money orders, and then deposit them into various banks before with the drawing the illicit funds.
The pair ran their scam in New York, New Jersey and Fort Worth Texas.
This is not the 26-year-old's first brush with the law.
Jkwon Roney was arrested three years ago on larceny and conspiracy charges for bank fraud.
GS9 leader Bobby Shmurda is currently serving a seven year prison sentence in New York, for gun possession.