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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

PR: Nashua PD charge Bay State man with theft, forgery

NASHUA POLICE DEPARTMENT

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NASHUA POLICE DEPARTMENT

PRESS RELEASE

For Immediate Release:

May 8, 2012

On May 8, 2012 at approximately 5:48 am, members of the Uniform Field Operations Division arrested Jordan Geoffroy, age 28, of 194 Groton Road, North Chelmsford, Massachusetts. Geoffroy is charged with Theft by Deception, Class A Felony, Forgery, Class B Felony and two counts of Issuing a Bad Check, class A Misdemeanor.

On December 5, 2011, Officers of the Uniform Field Operations Bureau took a report of Theft by Deception. It was reported that the victim had been provided with a bad check of over $1,500.00 by the suspect, Geoffroy, who is known to the victim. Geoffroy had allegedly asked the victim to deposit this check and “hold onto” the money for him. Prior to learning that the check was bad, the victim then later gave over $1,500.00 (of his own money) back to Geoffroy at his request.

On January 18, 2012, Detectives from the Criminal Investigation Division took a report of a forgery and Issuing bad checks from a representative of TD Bank security.

Detectives from the Criminal Investigation Division conducted an investigation, which concluded that Geoffroy had issued two bad checks, forged another and that he was responsible for the aforementioned theft by deception.

A Class A Felony is punishable by up to fifteen years imprisonment in New Hampshire State Prison, exclusive of fines. A Class B Felony is punishable by up to seven years imprisonment in New Hampshire State Prison, exclusive of fines. A class A misdemeanor is punishable by up to one year in New Hampshire House of Corrections, exclusive of fines. Geoffroy was held at the Nashua Police Department on $10,000 cash/ surety bail pending his arraignment at the 9th Circuit Nashua District Division Court this morning.