Check Fraud Takes Many Forms, Has Serious Potential Consequences

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Fraudulent-check offenses can come in many varieties. The most straightforward scenario involves someone who writes a check knowing the money is not, and never will be, in the account — or that the account itself does not even exist. Check fraud, however, is often more complicated and less calculated than this. The economy has hit
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Burglaries Decreased in 2012 in North Carolina

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While some areas in North Carolina saw a decline in crime rates for 2012, other areas saw an increase of fewer than three percent, fueled by an increase in robberies and aggravated assaults. The Charlotte police department reported that there were 1,798 robberies in 2012 compared to 1,612 in 2011. While this news is sobering,
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Two Men Arrested for Raleigh Break-in Caught on Camera

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Two Raleigh men were recently arrested for breaking and entering into a house in the Caraleigh neighborhood several weeks ago. One of the men has a criminal history of felony breaking and entering. A third man was reportedly at the house as well but has not been arrested at this point. It is possible that
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From Church to Casino to Counseling, Nun Charged with Theft

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Even though people are supposed to assume that any person is innocent until proven guilty, there are just some people whom you would more naturally presume are innocent over others. An example of such a person is a nun. That being true, a notable case came up outside of North Carolina: A nun is charged
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