Update: Fraud suspect caught

Staff report

Anthony Jamsion

William Anthony Jamison

Hamlet Police Department investigators have arrested a Hamlet woman and issued a warrant for her partner in alleged crime after they allegedly conspired to commit fraud through a local bank.

Anquilla Douglas

Anquilla Douglas

Police allege that Anquilla Douglas, 35, cashed several checks written to her by William Anthony Jamsion, 33, of Rockingham, at BB&T Bank in Hamlet. The total of the checks were valued at more than $1,500.

Police allege that both Douglas and Jamison were aware the checks were no good at the time they were written.

Douglas was arrested Wednesday night and taken to the Richmond County Jail after being held on a $10,000 secured bond.

Update 3:52 p.m., Aug. 12 — Interim Chief Rodney Tucker announced that Jamison was arrested Monday and is being held on a $30,000 bond in the Richmond County Detention Center.

Both will be charged with four counts of obtaining money or property by a false pretense and four counts of conspiracy to obtain property by false pretense.

 

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  • Tonya Sell

    I know Anthony he wouldnt do such a thing.

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