Sunday 19 Jan 2020


Suspect Accused Of Cashing Fraudulent Checks

On November 18th, the Goldsboro Police Department took a criminal complaint regarding fraudulent checks being cashed at Friendly Check Cashing on E. Ash Street.  The investigation led to a warrant being secured on 44-year-old Larry B. Johnson, Jr. of Goldsboro for one count of felony Obtaining Property by False Pretense.  Johnson turned himself in at the Wayne County Magistrate’s Office on December 3rd.  He was given a $7,500 unsecured bond.

Larry Bernard Johnson, Jr.

3 Comments

  1. Shelton&Phyllis E says:

    We know Larry’s sister, nice lady but she can’t control the decisions he makes, everyone makes mistakes except Jesus, remember that. Bands will make her dance.

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  2. John Anthony Jones says:

    Notice that the article says “fraudulent checks“ – plural. It is most likely a felony.

    But here in Wayne County it is very possible that the defendant may get only a warning.

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  3. Aaliyah says:

    So cashing a fake check is a felony???

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