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Woman arrested for allegedly forging money orders

By Star-Advertiser Staff


Police solved a months-old forgery case Saturday afternoon with the arrest of a homeless woman suspected of attempting to cash a fraudulent U.S. Postal Service money order at a Wahiawa bank last year. 

According to police records, the incident occurred Oct. 10.

Police arrested the 26-year-old suspect, who has no address, at 1:40 p.m. Saturday on suspicion of second-degree forgery, according to police records. 

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joeglick wrote:
Oh that's how you make $75/hr working from home !
on February 24,2014 | 03:43AM
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on February 24,2014 | 06:46AM
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