18-year-old Michael Davis was jailed on June 12th after he was caught altering two checks that totaled $7,500. Timothy Wolford told police that he placed two personal checks inside the self-service slot at the post office on May 29th. He said that a check for $1,500 for Southwest Visa was misrepresented as Michael A. Davis, which was presented at a Fortera Credit Union ATM on May 31st. Mr. Davis’s bank statement shows the check was deposited on May 31st into his account.
29-year-old Ladell Shun Marshall of Fort Worth, TX, was arrested on December 7th after police say he cashed a forged check for $5,966.02 at the U.S. Bank on Madison St. He was detained on the spot, taken to the Sango ER to be cleared medically and then to the Montgomery County Jail to be booked on the felony charge.
28-year-old Kelsey Ann Campbell was working as a caregiver for a family when it was discovered she was writing checks from the elderly lady’s account to herself and cashing them. The victim’s daughter discovered the activity when she was given power of attorney over her mother’s finances. The total amount stolen was $200. She is free on a $45,000 bond.