Montgomery Court Employee Charged with Forgery

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By CBS 8 News

A Montgomery municipal court employee is charged with forgery. 

Montgomery Police charged 26-year-old Christian Morgan with one count of second-degree forgery, after he allegedly diverted money from the court.

Police say Morgan received money from a person trying to pay off a traffic fine, created a false receipt, and didn't credit the payment to the court.

Police are working to determine if this was the only time Morgan allegedly failed to report money.

 

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Anonymous said on Thursday, Dec 6 at 1:31 AM

Man dude what were you thinking . You are better then that. Hope everything works out for you some how

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