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Bogus check dominate pre-holiday docket

December 29, 2011

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During the last part of the week before the holiday weekend, the Pushmataha County Court was busy dealing with numerous bogus check cases.   These cases varied in price and location but it seemed that two locations were hit the hardest, Pruett’s Food in Antlers and the Clayton Country Store in Clayton.  Those two locations alone got hit for over $500.00.

Charlotte Hull, of Idabel, obtained merchandise by means of a bogus check in Antlers at Pruett’s Foods.  Hull’s Check was for the amount of $244.48.  Hull failed to appear in court and an arrest warrant was issued for her.

Brandy Pruett, of Hugo, also wrote a bogus check in Antlers to Pruett’s Food.  Her check was in the amount of $141.00.  Pruett failed to appear in court and an arrest warrant has issued.

Kasey L. Asche, of Rattan, wrote a bogus check in the amount of $75.81 to Hank’s in Rattan.  Asche failed to appear in court and an arrest warrant was issued.

Brittany Sorrells, of Tuskahoma, obtained merchandise by means of a bogus check totaling $50.00 at the Clayton Country Store in Clayton.  A Bench Warrant has been issued for Sorrells.

Michael S. Repyneck, of Talihina, wrote a bogus check to the Clayton Country Store in Clayton for the amount of $40.64.  A Bench Warrant has been issued for Repyneck.

Gina C. Repyneck, of Talihina, also wrote a bogus check to the Clayton Country Store in Clayton.  The check was in the amount of $40.00.  Repyneck failed to appear in court and an arrest warrant has been issued.

These charges could be accompanied by a total of $1000.00 in fines or imprisonment for up to 1 year, or both.

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