NASHUA — A Connecticut woman has been arrested on charges of forgery after allegedly using a counterfeit driver’s license to cash a fraudulent check in Nashua.
Michelle Bilides, 37, of East Haven, Connecticut, was arrested by the Nashua Police Department on a felony Forgery warrant. The arrest follows an investigation initiated on May 19, when a Nashua Police Department officer responded to a report of check fraud from a financial institution in the city.
Detectives delving deeper into the case discovered that Bilides reportedly employed a fake driver’s license to facilitate her deception.
In addition to the Forgery charge, Bilides faces charges of Identity Fraud and Theft by Deception.
After her arrest, Bilides refused bail and remains in custody. She is set to be arraigned at the Hillsborough County Superior Court-South on October 23.
The Nashua Police Department encourages anyone with more information on the case to reach out to their Crime Line at 603-589-1665.