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Five accused in Tenn. counterfeit check ring

Five people are accused in a counterfeit check ring involving more than $4,200 worth of bogus checks

By Jamie Satterfield
News Sentinel

GREENEVILLE, Tenn. — Five people are accused in a counterfeit check ring involving more than $4,200 worth of bogus checks on a Washington County Sheriff's Office bank account.

Named in an indictment filed in U.S. District Court in Greeneville earlier this month are alleged ringleader Eric Wayne Cureton, who just completed a state prison term for forgery, and alleged coconspirators James Paul Shrewsbury and Felicia Nicole Shrewsbury, who are husband and wife; Harold Douglas Nichols; and Angela Clare Eagan.

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