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Women arrested for cashing fraud checks

Mark Esquivel, Bainbridge Public Safety Officer Mark Esquivel, Bainbridge Public Safety Officer
BAINBRIDGE, GA (WALB) -

Bainbridge Public Safety Officers arrest a woman for cashing fraudulent health care checks at several convenience stores.

Officials say April Jones cashed more than $800 worth of checks in Valdosta and Bainbridge working with Angeria Morning and an unidentified man. 

Police say Morning and the man drove off and left Jones. Now investigators are searching for them.

"Some subject picked her up in Valdosta with another female, he had a bunch of checks in their names who rode around small towns cashing checks she said that she gets to keep part of the check and the other half of the check she gives to the man that picked her up."

There is a warrant out for Morning. If you have any information on where Morning or the man may be, you're asked to contact your local law enforcement.

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