Guy Joseph Manzo, of North Babylon, last week plead guilty the Glacier Bank in Kalispell, Montana and could face up to 20 years in prison for the crime, according to the Associated Press.
Manzo admitted to writing nearly $200,000 in checks from a closed account at Glacier, hoping to pay off credit card bills with the phony money. Manzo said he was supporting his girlfriend, who was battling cancer. He also claimed to be on disability after injuring himself on the job as a plumber.
Manzo also tried to transfer nearly $60,000 from other people's accounts.
In addition to prison time, he could be fined up to $250,000.