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Deputies arrest man in Crocker wanted for felony bad check charges
Deputies arrest man in Crocker wanted for felony bad check charges

Damon K. Tipton, 31, of Crocker
PULASKI COUNTY, Mo. (Dec. 28, 2010) — Sheriff J.B. King announced Tuesday that deputies successfully located a man wanted on two felony counts and one misdemeanor count of passing bad checks.

King said deputies went to an address on Preston Street in Crocker looking for Damon K. Tipton, 31, and arrested him there. He remains in the Pulaski County Jail pending the posting of bond.

While King’s prepared statement says Tipton is a Crocker resident and lists the address where he was found as his place of residence, court documents say he lives on Fort Leonard Wood. The two Class C felony charges filed on Oct. 26 by Prosecuting Attorney Deborah Hooper accuse him of writing two checks to Cenex on July 19 worth $45.74 and $83.81 using consecutive check numbers on a non-existent account with US Bank, with the intent to defraud knowing that the check would not be paid. He also faces a single Class A misdemeanor charge of passing a bad check.

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