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Woman indicted for depositing $100k stolen check, setting up fake business account

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NORTHSIDE, OH (FOX19) -

A woman accused of depositing a stolen check for more than $100 thousand and setting up a fraudulent business account was indicted on Wednesday. 

Melissa English allegedly deposited a stolen check to the amount of $107,030.02 by setting up a fake business account with the Kemba Credit Union on Hamilton Ave., court documents show. 

From Nov. 19, 2015 to Dec. 7, 2015, English allegedly made cash withdrawals and wire transfers totaling more than $54,000. 

Court documents say English admitted to police that she opened the business account, depositing the stolen check and making the withdrawals and wire transfers. 

Police say Kemba Credit Union lost $19,650 due to the activity. 

English is charged with Forgery, Receiving Stolen Property and Theft.

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