Comments for: Belfast woman charged with forging ex-boyfriend’s checks

Posted Oct. 11, 2012, at 4:18 p.m.
Last modified Oct. 11, 2012, at 4:34 p.m.

BELFAST | A local woman has been issued summonses for theft and forgery after allegedly stealing an ex-boyfriend’s checkbook and cashing a total of $460 in forged checks around the area. Alicia Santamore, 29, of Belfast was charged Wednesday for the reported offenses, which took place on Sept. 24, …

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  • I need a mug shot to determine if she’s guilty or not….but the name sounds exotic….

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  • Davida Willette

    they should stop accepting checks at those stores 

  • Anonymous

    [Dripping sarcasm alert!!!]

    Another hard-hitting story from the BDN’s Waldo County bureau. Imagine that, some bad woman is going around cashing forged checks. Stop the presses.

    It’s peculiar how when bureau chief Tom Groening doesn’t approve of something we simply don’t hear a peep about it. I’m thinking about citizen action to block construction in Searsport of what would possibly be the largest cryogenic tank of liquefied propane in the world. Now you’d think that might rate a couple of lines.

    The eyes of the entire region and beyond are on Searsport over this but you’d never know it if the BDN were your only news source. The local Republican Journal, by contrast, this week had three well written stories associated with this insane project and the growing citizen momentum to ensure it never happens. The Free Press, although merely a shopper, runs rings around the BDN in providing coverage. 

    Come on Tom. Surely your editors in Bangor will eventually find out what’s been going on and want to know why you were asleep at the keyboard.  

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