A Quiet Crime Spree

Hugh D'andrade/San Francisco Bay Guardian
San Francisco Bay Guardian | July 20, 2005
Matthew Hattabaugh had a simple scheme for getting rich: He opened up a fake bank and started taking deposits. $650,000 later the feds caught up with him. But apparently felony charges didn't even slow him down.

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