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Three arrested in Greenbrier County over bad checks

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Alexander Shelton Alexander Shelton
Autumn McNeely Autumn McNeely
David Lee Bennett David Lee Bennett
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LEWISBURG, W. Va (WVVA)-- Three have been arrested in Greenbrier County, charged with forgery and uttering.

 

Alexander Shelton, 18, of Lewisburg was arrested Thursday by Detective Vance from the Lewisburg Police Department.

In court documents, Vance said Shelton cashed some checks belonging to his father several times throughout the month of January. The bank notified him that his son was cashing checks in his name.

The amount Alexander Shelton took out of the bank using these forged checks totals to over $2700.00, according to Vance's report.

Shelton, pictured at left, is charged with 6 counts of forgery and 6 counts of uttering.

 

Two others were arrested by Chief JP Stevens from the Rainelle Police Department.

Autumn Nicole McNeely, 21, of Crawley was arrested Thursday. In a police report, Stevens said McNeely was cashing bad checks several times at a Go-Mart in Rainelle. The checks belonged to someone she knew.

McNeely is charged with six counts of conspiracy, 3 counts of forgery, and 3 counts of uttering. Her bond is set at $10,000.00.

According to Stevens, McNeely (pictured at left) was working with David Lee Bennett, 21, of Rainelle.  Stevens said the two had planned the crimes prior to going into the store and cashing the checks together.

Bennett (pictured at left) was arrested Friday and is also charged with six counts of conspiracy, 3 counts of forgery, and 3 counts of uttering. His bond is set at $10,000.00 (cash only.) Stevens said there are other pending charges against Bennett for unrelated crimes in Greenbrier County.

Both confessed to stealing the checks and forging them.

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