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Woman Arrested for Writing Fraudulent Checks

Insular Investigation Bureau detectives on St. Croix arrested 24-year-old Natasha Herbert on Dec. 30, after an investigation revealed that she wrote fraudulent checks to local business amounting to over $1,000.

According to affidavits from detectives, Herbert presented the checks to several local businesses and banks bearing a forged name. She was charged with eight counts of various fraud charges, including obtaining money under false pretences, grand larceny, and identity theft.

Bail for Herbert was set at $35,000, and she was remanded to the custody of the Golden Grove Adult Correctional Facility pending further court action.

Insular Investigation Bureau detectives said the case remains active and the detectives will continue to investigate.

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