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Monroe man faces forgery charges

March 8, 2012

    Adams County Prosecuting Attorney Christopher E. Harvey announced today that John E. McAlhaney, 25, of Monroe, has been arrested and charged with four counts of forgery, each a Class C Felony. 
    The arrest was a culmination of an investigation by the Adams County Sheriff’s Department, Harvey said.
    According to the police investigation, McAlhaney stole checks, forged them and then cashed them at a local convenience store.  McAlhaney allegedly forged over 30 checks over a period of several months, taking over $75.00 from the victim.

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