POLICE: DANBURY WOMAN ARRESTED FOR CASHING STOLEN CHECKS
A Danbury woman was charged with first-degree larceny April 26, after turning herself in to police on an active arrest warrant.
The arrest of Tiffany Ford, 35, was the result of a “lengthy investigation,” Police Chief Mark O’Donnell said.
It all started in February, when a complaint came in from a Deer Hill Road resident that Ford — an employee of the complainant — had illegally cashed more than $120,000 in stolen checks over a period of time.
After turning herself in, Ford was charged with first-degree larceny — a class B felony — and her bond was set at $150,000.
Ford pleaded not guilty to the charge and is scheduled to return May 13 to state Superior Court in Danbury.
She has been released from custody on a promise to appear.