Three Arrested After Reported Fraud
Two Raeford residents face felony charges in connection with an attempted fraud at a downtown bank, Southern Pines police said.
Tammy Terril Crouch, 34, and Nathan Andrew Devon Crouch, 26, both of 111 Hillcrest, have been arrested and each is charged with one count of felony attempted obtaining property by false pretenses. Nathan Crouch is also charged with felony identity theft.
Also arrested is Tiffany Yolanda Blue, of Raeford. She is charged with misdemeanor drug possession and released pending a hearing on April 18.
The arrests stem from an investigation into a fraud at the Wells Fargo Bank located at 600 NW Broad Street that was reported to police on Mach 30. The incident occurred at approximately 3:45 p.m. Police responded and determined that a check was attempted to be cashed through the use of false and misleading identification.
Tammy Crouch was placed in the Moore County jail under $15,000 secured bond pending a hearing today in district court.
Nathan Crouch was place in jail under $25,000 secured bond pending a hearing today in district court.
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