Auto Theft Task Force, DPS bust local woman wanted in Alabama

NORTHEAST MONTGOMERY COUNTY- A Cleveland woman was arrested on Tuesday after the Montgomery County Auto Theft Task Force and the Department of Public Safety Motor Vehicle Theft Service Office received information from the Andalusia Alabama Police Department that some large ticket stolen items purchased with counterfeit checks were probably located at her home.

Catherine Boyd Graham, 67, was arrested and charged with two counts of theft of property by check, greater than $20, less than $500 and theft of property by possession greater than $1,500, less than $20,000. Her bonds total $21,200, but she cannot bond out.
Graham is also charged as a “fugitive from justice out of state” because of two outstanding hot check warrants, and is held without bond on those charges.

The police removed from Graham’s house in the 9000 block of Greenwood Drive were reported stolen in Alabama

Investigators say it was Graham’s husband who gave them consent to search their property, where tall items listed by Alabama authorities were found.

Items confiscated:
* 16’ Lowboy trailer
* Kubota tractor
* John Deere tractor
* Lawnmower with trailer
* Barbecue pit
* (2) 32” LCD televisions obtained by counterfeit checks according to Alabama authorities.

The stolen property will be stored by the ATTF until they can be returned to Alabama.

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