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Police: Binghamton Woman Said Rabbit Ate Check

Authorities say a Binghamton woman was arrested in a check forgery case after she told her employer her rabbit ate a check.

Investigators say 19-year-old Casey Rafferty was accused of altering a $99 check from her employer to make it read $999

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Binghamton Man Accused In Check Forgery Case

Binghamton police say they've arrested a man suspected of cashing checks with forged signatures.

Investigators say 37-year-old Michael Harrison of Binghamton was charged with two counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument

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Oneonta Police Arrest Man For Identity Theft and Forgery

Oneonta Police Department arrested Lafayette Alexander, aged 57, of Hollis, NY on November 29, 2013 after he was accused of fraudulently applying for a business loan in the amount of $20,000 at NBT Bank.

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Two Charged in Endicott Forgery Investigation

Endicott police say two 18-year-old Broome County residents were arrested in a case involving a stolen credit card and a forged prescription.

Investigators say Reuben Ogando of Winding Way, Binghamton, was accused of committing a forgery while using someone else's credit card

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