DPD nabs four more in counterfeit ring

Quincy Ward

Quincy Ward

On May 30, the Demopolis Police Department arrested four additional individuals who were involved in a Counterfeit Check Ring. Wal-Mart filed a complaint of the checks being cashed and the investigation led to a counterfeit check ring in Greensboro.

These individuals would present forged State of Alabama checks at Wal-Mart to be cashed. These checks were printed on a home printer. The following suspects were arrested:

• Quincy Ward, age 30 of Greensboro, Alabama (2) counts of Possession of Forged Instrument in the 1st Degree.

Somynia Miller

Somynia Miller

• Somynia Miller, age 22 of Greensboro, Alabama (1) count of Possession of Forged instrument in the 1st Degree.

• Malinda Davis, age 30 of Greensboro, Alabama (1) count of Possession of Forged Instrument in the 1st Degree.

• Bertha Ryan, age 45 of Greensboro, Al (1) counts of Possession of Forged Instrument in the 1st Degree.

DPD investigators traveled to Greensbora and picked up all of the arrested suspects and transported them the Marengo County Detention Center in Linden to await a bond hearing.

Malinda Davis

Malinda Davis

Demopolis Police Chief Tommie Reese said that the investigation is still ongoing and he expects to arrest additional suspects in the Counterfeit Check Ring. Reese praised his investigators and gave thanks to the Greensboro Police Department for its assistance in the investigation.

Bertha Ryan

Bertha Ryan