Waterloo man accused of forging checks to several Menards


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A Waterloo man has been accused of writing several forged checks at the Iowa City Menards and in other Iowa cities.

Jamodd Sallis, 33, was charged April 6, 2012, with ongoing criminal conduct, money laundering, second-degree theft, and forgery.

Sallis reportedly traveled to the Iowa City Menards with another male. They each purchased items totaling $4641.40 allegedly using forged checks made by Sallis, the police complaint said. Sallis’ partner identified Sallis on video as they were passing the checks at the register to purchase the items.

Sallis also allegedly passed checks at Menards in Cedar Rapids, Marion, and Waterloo between April 4, 2012, and April 7, 2012. The total amount was more than $17,000, the police complaint said.

Sallis and his partner reportedly rented a U-Haul to transport the property from Menards to Waterloo.

Ongoing criminal conduct and Money laundering are a Class-B felonies. Second-degree theft and forgery are Class-D felonies.

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