JONESBORO, Ark. — Jonesboro police have investigated several unique forgery cases recently, involving an array of financial manipulations and diverse suspects.
In one case reported to have occurred between Aug. 7 and Aug. 24, a suspect allegedly forged two checks against Arkansas Supportive Services, totaling $6,000. It was not immediately clear whether any suspects had been identified.
In a separate case reported this week but dated Aug. 10, a 30-year-old white male suspect was accused of forging a check to purchase items from K13 Computers Plus, located at 2106 S. Caraway Road. The suspect allegedly used a 77-year-old stranger’s debit card, with charges totaling $641.94.
In yet another case, two suspects were accused of felony second-degree forgery for allegedly signing a fraudulent contract. The white male and female suspects are accused of signing a deal with Cook Portable Warehouses for a 10-foot section of fence, totaling $1,000. Specific details were not available, but listed charges include felony second-degree forgery and criminal mischief.
Authorities are investigating the cases.