Local woman allegedly deposits numerous counterfeit checks into bank account


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A local woman was arrested after depositing allegedly counterfeit checks into her bank account that resulted in the bank losing more than $4,000.

Robin Jordan, 24, was accused Dec. 31, 2012, with tampering with records and second-degree theft.
According to a police report, Jordan gave an acquaintance her debit card to deposit two allegedly counterfeit checks into Jordan’s bank account. The counterfeit checks were for $3,500 and $4,700 on the account of Tonya’s Place. The bank records showed subsequent withdrawals of $503, $2,870, and $1,700, the complaint said. Jordan reportedly admitted to police officials to never having worked at Tonya’s Place and having withdrawn $1,700 from her bank account. The bank reportedly lost $4,712.

Tampering with records is an aggravated misdemeanor. Second-degree theft is a felony.

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