Police: Counterfeit check cashed
Rock Hill police detectives are investigating a York County man accused of cashing a $1,850 counterfeit check at a local tobacco and beverage store last week.
The Rock Hill store owner told police that he cashed the out-of-state check after making a copy of the man’s driver’s license. Afterward, the bank called the owner and said the check was bad, according to a police report.
When the store owner called the company that issued the check, representatives told him the check was a counterfeit, the report states. Detectives also said the license that the man used is invalid.
Rock Hill officers determined from the man’s invalid license he lived in Sharon. A second suspect has not yet been identified.
No charges have been filed yet and police have not released the suspect’s name.
Theft of heart monitor investigated
Rock Hill police are investigating a grand larceny case of a 28-year-old Charlotte woman who is accused of not returning a heart monitoring device from a local doctor’s office.
The doctor’s office reported the theft on Thursday morning, saying their patient has had the medical equipment since Nov. 12 and was supposed toreturn it Nov. 13, according to a Rock Hill police report.
The heart monitoring device is valued at $2,500. Representatives with the Metrolina Medical Associates office in Rock Hill told police that they have tried to contact the patient multiple times since Nov. 13 to reclaim the loaned equipment.