Stone County Circuit Court action: Cases involving financial identity, theft, forgery

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Arrest warrants have been issued in Stone County for a man and woman who authorities say were involved in forgery and theft.

Prosecutors also say Lindsey L. Jones-Adamson, 28, and Eric C. Adamson will be charged as habitual offenders.

The charges stem from a situation in which the two showed up to do work at a Mountain View residence, and during the process, the couple asked to borrow a vehicle to go to a retail business in Mountain View and purchase some product, according to info from the Stone County Circuit Court.

Prosecutors say the couple never returned and also committed forgery in the first degree when they took two checks from a checkbook in the vehicle and wrote checks to themselves for a total of $475.

Each is also charged with two counts of second-degree forgery and theft of property.

The bond on each has been set at $25,000.

Also in Stone County Circuit Court action, a woman has been charged with financial identity fraud and theft of property.

Those charges originate from multiple incidents in which over $800 was taken from a local man’s banking account by using the mobile service, Cash App, in those transactions.

Doris Irene Fryman, 33, is charged with two counts of theft, one a felony count and one a misdemeanor count, and four felony counts of financial identity fraud.

The court information says Fryman knew the victim, and in the past, had access to the victim’s bank card.

Fryman’s bail has been set at $10,000.


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