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Crimestoppers — December 30, 2003

Check Forgeries and Mail Box Bashers wanted

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This week, we are looking for a suspect who is looking at a load of forgery charges. Here she is, caught on tape at wal-mart. During a five week stretch this past fall, the woman in black allegedly forged checks 19 times. If you know who she is, call CRIMESTOPPERS: 935-STOP.

We are also looking for the bandits responsible for a series of mail-box bashings. Over the weekend, over 50 mailboxes were vandalized. Detectives believe the guilty parties were looking for checks and cash, sent as Christmas presents. It may not sound like a huge crime, but remember, tampering with the mail is a federal offense. If you can point police in the right direction of those responsible, give CRIMESTOPPERS a call, 935-STOP, you can even call us toll-free. 888-566 STOP.

This week on WARRANT WATCH, we're looking for a hot check writer, and one really lousy driver.

Tiffany Pace is up first. She has:

  • 2 non-payment of fines
  • 1 contempt of court
  • 14 hot check warrants

Then, there's Gaylan Trammell. He has:

  • 6 Traffic offenses

If you know where police can track down Tiffany Pace or Gaylan Trammel, call CRIMESTOPPERS AT 935-STOP. Remember, we will not reveal your identity and if your tip leads to an arrest, a cash reward is headed your way. Remember, when you see crime, call CRIMESTOPPERS, 935-STOP.

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