Bristol woman cited for forgery

BRISTOL – A Bristol woman was cited on 21 counts of forgery on Saturday, July 21 after she allegedly stole 21 of her mother’s checks and cashed them over a two-week period for a total of around $894, according to Vermont State Police. Cassandra J. Fraser-Brown allegedly forged her mother’s signature and cashed the checks at various locations in Bristol, police said. She is scheduled to be arraigned on the charges at the Addison County Courthouse on Aug. 27, according to police.

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