Holland woman charged with stealing, forging checks

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TROY — A 21-year-old woman from Holland was charged following an investigation that was opened in January.

On January 19, authorities say they were investigating a theft of checkbook from a vehicle on Route 105 at around 4:25 p.m.

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Troopers spoke with Travis Blake, 35, of Troy, who reported that his checkbook was stolen from his vehicle.

Following an investigation, police say that there were multiple incidents where Blake’s checks were being forged, signed, and deposited into various banks around the Newport area.

After reviewing the evidence, MiKayla Camber was identified as one of the culprits.

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Camber is accused of stealing the checkbook, forging the signatures, and having multiple civilians deposit false checks.

They then withdraw the money from their account.

Camber was located and arrested for the charges of false pretenses or tokens, forgery and counterfeiting of papers, documents, uttering forged or counterfeited instrument, and petit larceny.

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