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Woman charged with passing over $1,000 in stolen checks
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A woman charged with passing over $1,000 in stolen checks has been bound to the grand jury on felony theft charges.The woman, Jessica Lynn Boehmer, 23, waived her right to a preliminary hearing before Special Judge Barry Medley and was bound to the grand jury on charges of theft over $1,000 and criminal impersonation.McMinnville police investigator Todd Rowland maintains Boehmer passed several worthless checks at McMinnville’s Kroger. The checks added up to $1,235.“The checks were reported stolen from Adams Signs Inc. out of Nashville,” Rowland said in his grand theft warrant against the suspect. “After speaking with her, she admitted to taking the checks and passing them at Kroger and several other businesses.”In addition to her theft charges, Boehmer faces criminal impersonation charges for lying to police about her true identity.