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July 8, 2014

Woman accused of stealing checks

DUNCAN — A felony warrant was issued and bond set at $10,000 for a Duncan woman who allegedly stole checks from a man who allowed her to stay at his house when she had no where else to live, authorities reported.

Comanche Police Officer Teresa Corp said a Hop and Sak convenience store employee reported that her sister, Rachel Rodriguez, had taken checks from a man and used one of his checks at the store in March.

Rodriguez had also cashed a stolen check in Walters and had a related pending case at the Duncan Police Department, according to an incident report.

The victim had rented some of his houses to Rodriguez and allowed her and a friend to live with him when they didn’t have anywhere else to stay, according to the report.

Several of the victim’s checks were still missing at the time and were used around the county, according to the report.

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