Woman accused of forging checks on 4-H account
A Heartland woman is facing 10 felony counts in connection with forged checks allegedly written on the account of a non-profit organization.
Kelly Aldridge, 38, of Queen City, is charged with 10 counts of felony forgery in connection with those checks.
According to court papers, Aldridge is accused of writing the checks on the account of the 4-H Council of Schuyler County.
Four of the 10 forged checks were allegedly written to cash, the remainder were scattered around at area businesses.
Aldridge is scheduled to be arraigned in Schuyler County Associate Circuit Court on April 3. She is currently free on bond.