Thursday, January 17, 2013

Check Forgery Arrest
Johnson City Police arrested an Elizabethton man on Theft and Forgery. 20-year old Huston Hartley of Mill Pond Road was arrested after he stole a check from a residence in Johnson City and added his name beside the name of the payee on the check and cashed it at a local check cashing business. Hartley also gave officers a name and date of birth belonging to another person in an attempt to avoid arrest. He now faces Identity Theft charges including two counts of Theft and one count of Forgery. Harley is held in the Washington County Detention Center on a 25-thousand dollar bond awaiting a morning arraignment January 17th in Washington County General Sessions Court. (bg)

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