Man arrested in Murfreesboro after he allegedly used his drivers license to cash fraudulent checks

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A man by the name of Daytona Harris is accused of attempting to cash a fraudulent check at Mid South Bank on Old Fort Parkway. The check was made out to him in the amount of $1,980.82. According to a recent incident report, Harris actually used his own drivers license to cash the check.

Police later caught up with the 18-year old suspect in the area of South Church Street at Pinnacle Banking. When police saw Harris outside the bank he allegedly ran towards a nearby gas station. Evidently, Harris ran from police after he reportedly tried to cash another fraudulent check at Pinnacle Banking.

After Harris was caught, he was charged with two counts of theft over $1,000, three counts of forgery, three counts of criminal simulation and evading arrest.

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Source:

MPD Arrest Report #14-17525
MPD Incident Report #14-17512
MPD Incident Report #14-17532
Rutherford County Sheriff's Office

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