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Wahiawa woman charged for allegedly passing stolen check


A 40-year-old Wahiawa woman was charged Wednesday for allegedly trying to cash a stolen check at an Aiea business.

Police said the incident occurred on July 19 when the Victoria Lynn Kahoano fled while the business was trying to verify the check. The bank reported that the check had been stolen.

Kahoano was located at her home on Kaala Avenue on Wednesday and was arrested and later charged with second-degree forgery, third-degree identity theft and unauthorized use of personal identification. Her bail was set at $22,000.

She also is being investigated for an earlier theft case.

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