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The following is a Press Release from the Calcasieu Parish
18, detectives with the Vernon Parish Sheriff's Office contacted Calcasieu
Parish Sheriff's Office detectives regarding a report of several personal
checks stolen from a home in Simpson, Louisiana. After realizing the
checks had been stolen, the victim contacted his bank and discovered over
$2,000 worth of checks had been written and cashed at several banks in
victim revealed that Robyn E. Wells, 22, of Sulphur, an acquaintance, had
stayed at his home for a few days before the checks went missing.
further investigation by CPSO detectives, Wells confirmed to stealing the
checks from the victim's home and forging the victim's signature to cash the
stolen checks at several Calcasieu Parish banks.
27, Wells was arrested and booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center and
charged with 3 counts of theft over $1,500; and 3 counts of theft under
Clayton Davis set her bond at $6,000.
Detective Rick Burrell is the lead investigator on this case.