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Siler City man arrested on forgery charges

Posted Sunday, July 17, 2005

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Pittsboro, NC - Jeremy Cull, 31, of 569 RC Overman Road Siler City was arrested on Thursday by the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office. The arrest was a result of a two week-long investigation conducted by the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office, Criminal Investigation Division.

Cull is accused of stealing mail, cashing personal checks and using a credit card on the account of his ex-girlfriend, Cathy Sikora-Hanby, of Siler City Snow Camp Road, Siler City over the past 6 months without her permission. Cull was jailed earlier in the week for Communicating Threats and Felonious Possession of a Firearm by a Felon. He was arrested by Detective Mike Szpunar and Jay Calendine at the county jail without incident and charged with 22 counts of Felonious Forgery and Uttering, Felonious Financial Transaction Card Theft and 2 counts of Larceny.

He was jailed under an additional $20,000.00 secured bond and is scheduled to appear in Chatham County District Court in Siler City on July 20.

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