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Woman Claims Ex-Husband Stole $250,000

According to an incident report at the Oconee County Sheriff's Office, the woman thinks her accounts were accessed by fraud.

Woman Claims Ex-Husband Stole $250,000

An Oconee County woman told deputies last week she believes her ex-husband forged several documents that allowed him to gain access to her assets. In particular, she accused the man of forging signatures that allowed him to access a will that had been left to her.

The woman said a cashier's check was obtained fraudulently from a local bank in the amount of $80,000 and in total $250,000 has been taken from the account. 

The woman was advised of the warrant process and asked to update the Sheriff's Office with any further information.

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