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Woman faces forgery charges for bad $500 check

Investigators said that Wiggins cashed a forged check for nearly $500 at Hometown Grocery in October. Investigators said that Wiggins cashed a forged check for nearly $500 at Hometown Grocery in October.
ATHENS, AL (WAFF) -

A woman faces forgery charges after passing a check at an Athens grocery store.

Police arrested Sequawah Wiggins Thursday. Investigators said that Wiggins cashed a forged check for nearly $500 at Hometown Grocery in October.

Wiggins was arrested in Madison County, booked at the Athens Police Department, and transferred to the Limestone County Jail.

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