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Speeding stop leads to check fraud arrest

Shelley Fatzinger  (CCSO) Shelley Fatzinger (CCSO)
Christian Ragin  (CCSO) Christian Ragin (CCSO)
CORDELE, GA (WALB) -

A Crisp County deputy stopped a woman driving 89 in a 70 mph zone Thursday.

The sheriff's office says the driver, 31 year old Shelley Fatzinger of Atlanta, Georgia originally gave officers false identification and information.

Deputies searched the vehicle and found numerous fraudulent checks totaling $92,554.90, identification cards, and $9,400 in US currency.  

Fatzinger and 26-year-old Christian Ragin were both arrested.

Fatzinger is charged with giving false information to officers, speeding, driving without license, and identity fraud.

Ragin is charged with Permitting an unauthorized person to drive, failure to apply for a new license, and identity fraud.

Both were taken to the Crisp County Detention Center.

 

 

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