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Aiken County woman arrested after impersonating judge, received $16,000 after forging signature

Aiken County Woman Arrested After Impersonating Judge, Received $16,000 After Forging Signature

Aiken County woman arrested after impersonating judge, received $16,000 after forging signature

Aiken County Woman Arrested After Impersonating Judge, Received $16,000 After Forging Signature

AIKEN COUNTY, South Carolina (WJBF) – A South Carolina woman is behind bars after using a judge’s signature to forge a document giving her $16,000.

According to the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED), Patricia Haley Eubanks, 26, of North Augusta, was arrested for Forgery and Impersonating a Judge.

Authorities say Eubanks had a fake court order which contained the forged signature of a judge, and she presented the document as an authentic court order in order to receive $16,000.

According to authorities, Eubanks superimposed a copy of the judge’s signature without having the authority or permission to do so.

Eubanks has been booked at the Aiken County Detention Center.

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