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Hartselle police say a man is in custody for using his grandmother’s checks.
Dustin King, 34, of Hartselle was arrested Jan. 9 for criminal possession of a forged instrument third-degree. His bond is set at $1,000.
Police will seek nine additional counts of possession of a forged instrument through a grand jury. The department says King was listed as a suspect in a report made by his grandmother for the theft and forgery of her checks.
Surveillance video showed King passing the forged checks, police say. They say there was more than $1,400 taken from the account.
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