Fortress Computers: Cheyenne Hall Pleds Not Guilty, Psych Evaluation Indicates She May Be DID

The Medina Gazette Online

Medina, Ohio

Wadsworth business owner faces federal charges


Filed by Lisa Hlavinka April 26th, 2011 in News.

CLEVELAND — “The owner of Fortress Computers, a Wadsworth company, is facing federal charges that allege she used the business to defraud the U.S. Postal Service and commit credit card fraud.

Cheyenne Hall, 28, pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of theft of government funds, credit card fraud and aggravated identity theft in front of U.S. District Judge Dan Polster. …At the time, Hall said she believed someone hacked into Fortress Computers’ system to obtain credit information on customers.

Polster granted a motion for a psychiatric evaluation of Hall requested by Assistant U.S. attorney Greg Sasse. The motion states that during the course of the investigation, Hall reportedly displayed irrational behavior that could indicate a mental disorder, possibly a dissociative identity disorder. …”             Retrieved 4/26/11. See Medina Gazette for full story.


Update: 8/19/11. Comments have been removed and closed. A discussion on the business practices of this woman were starting and conversations of that type are not within the scope of this blog, sorry.

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