Man Arrested for Cashing Checks in Jail Inmates' Names
A Lake City man was arrested Wednesday after he tried to cash checks under the names of jail inmates on closed bank accounts.
Thirty-five-year-old Robert E. Tiner, who was using the name Rafael Diaz, was destroying some of the checks when Lake City investigator Andy Miles arrived at his home, 710 S.W. Symphony Loop, according to a police report. Some of the fraudulent checks were in Tiner's right pants pocket.
Tiner was charged for grand theft, false impersonation, forgery and uttering forged.
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