A 20-year-old Brashear man was jailed Thursday morning for allegedly stealing two checks and forging them for a total of more than $600 on his former employers’ accounts, according to arrest reports.
Two men told police they suspected Trent David Floyd Wolfe was responsible for passing and cashing two checks, which were forge to their accounts. At least one of the alleged victims told police he confronted Wolfe, who they claim later admitted he had taken the checks, written them and passed them, Sulphur Springs Police Lt Rusty Stillwagoner alleged in arrest reports.
A check of video surveillance at the bank where the checks were passed showed Wolfe at the bank passing the checks on the victims’ accounts without their permission, Stillwagoner alleged in reports.
Wolfe was interviewed by Stillwagoner. Wolfe allegedly confessed to the police investigators that he stole, wrote and passed the checks. Wolfe was arrested at 8:04 a.m. Aug. 1 on two forgery charges; the offenses are alleged to have occurred in June, according to arrest reports.
Wolfe remained in the county jail Friday morning, Aug. 2. Bond was set at $5,000 each on the two forgery charges, according to jail reports.