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Friday, July 31, 2009

KCPD staffer accused of check forgery

WAYNEM~1 Melissa Wayne, who works in KCPD's accounting unit, is charged with one count of forgery, Jackson County prosecutors say. Wayne is accused of creating a duplicate check, identical to a real one that she got for tuition reimbursement. The fake one was written for more than $2,300. According to court records, Wayne allegedly forged the fake check because she was getting evicted and needed extra money.

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