Port Leyden man allegedly violated protection order

NYS Police

ALEXANDRIA BAY — Amber M. Wells, 24, Watertown, was arrested Friday after she allegedly cashed forged checks from Theresa Primary School’s Parent-Teacher Organization account.

According to state police, Ms. Wells allegedly cashed three forged checks, totalling more than $2,500.

She was charged with three counts of first-degree possession of a forged instrument and three counts of first-degree falsifying business records. Ms. Wells was arraigned in Watertown City Court and released on her own recognizance. She is scheduled to appear in city court again Nov. 10.

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Eagle24

Stealing from a PTO and thinking she'd get away with this...white collar crime..zero consequences... The lesson here, and with many civic organizations where this occurs many times is multiple signatures on checks and the check process...

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