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Police: Suspect cashed forged checks made on bank account of Christian school

Franklin Harold Dixon (Source: LMDC) Franklin Harold Dixon (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A man has been charged with possessing and cashing fake checks that were made under the name of a private Christian school.

Franklin Harold Dixon, 41, of Louisville, was arrested January 10.

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On December 13, Louisville Metro police say Dixon went to two different locations of Old National Bank. At each location, Dixon presented a check to be cashed that was drawn on the account of Christian Academy of Louisville. The total amount Dixon received was $3,820.

Police say Dixon showed his driver's license as identification during each transaction, which was recorded on surveillance video.

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Dixon was booked at Louisville Metro Corrections on two counts each of criminal possession of a forged instrument and theft by deception. Online jail records show that he is no longer in custody.

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