PO­LICE: DANBURY WOMAN AR­RESTED FOR CASH­ING STOLEN CHECKS

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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.

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