On Probation, Felony Theft, Manufacturing and Using Counterfeit Checks....Not Too Bright, LIVINGSTON, March 4, 2009 - On February 24, 2009 the Polk County Sheriff's Office received a call from the Andalusia Police in Alabama. The call was in reference to possible stolen property in Polk County. Andalusia Police gave the Sheriff's Office an address in the Sportsman's Retreat subdivision of Polk County. Polk County Sheriff's Detectives responded the given residence and located a red 2008 Kawasaki Mule in the front yard and allegedly stolen out of Monroe County Alabama. After a search warrant was obtained, detectives also found a $1,000 specialty barbecue pit. More information was received of another suspicious residence located in Montgomery County. The Polk County Sheriff's Office notified the Texas Department of Public Safety Auto Theft Division. DPS responded to the suspicious residence and located a Kubota tractor, a 16 ft. lowboy trailer, another specialty barbecue pit, and two flat screen televisions; all allegedly stolen out of Alabama. All of the above mentioned property was obtained from suspect Kathryn Graham, 66, who used counterfeit checks to steal the property. Graham allegedly made the counterfeit checks herself using a computer and laser printer. Graham was also on probation during her crime spree. Graham was arrested and charged with felony theft and still face similar charges in Alabama and possibly Polk County.
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