Did a local bank go overboard trying to protect a customer?

Bank closes customer’s account after being accused of racial profiling Robin UnderwoodBrenda Ozuna, 56, walks with her father Fred Ortman, 76. ■ Robin Underwood / Contributed A strange case of a apparent racial profiling has resulted in a local bank closing a customer’s account after he and his daughter complained about the treatment they received from bank employees. The incident happened to 56-year-old Brenda Ozuna of Temecula, and her father, 76 year-old Fred Ortman Sr. of Hemet last Aug. 17. Ortman reportedly walked into his bank on East Florida Avenue for a modest withdrawal, something he had done frequently with his other children. This time, however, his daughter Brenda was accompanying

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