TRAVERSE CITY — A Lake Ann man faces charges on his fourth forgery offense after he tried to cash a money order that did not belong to him.
A Cash Advance Checking employee told Traverse City Police officers that Jonathan James Fuller, 33, attempted to cash a money order for $675 that did not belong to him on April 3.
Fuller told police he found the money order in the street, Detective Sgt. Jim Bussell said. It doesn’t appear Fuller is related to the woman who owned the money order, and she does not know how Fuller obtained it, Bussell said.
Fuller admitted to signing the money order and attempting to cash it at Cash Advance Checking, according to court documents.
He could face felony charges since he was arrested for similar forgery attempts in Leelanau, Benzie, and Grand Traverse counties in 2012, 2007 and 2004, according to court documents.