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St. Croix Man Arrested on Fraud and Forgery Charges

On June 9 at 9:25 a.m., 33-year-old Noel Chaparro turned himself in to police where he was served an arrest warrant.

He was arrested without incident and charged for Obtaining Money by False Pretenses, Forgery and Grand Larceny.

On January 13, initiated an investigation leading them to believe that on December 23, Chaparro stole a check belonging to Ribbons for A Cure, which was written out to the order of WSTX.

He then added his name on the check, then used the check to pay House of Printings for items he purchased.

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Bail for Chaparro was set at $20,000. Unable to post bail Chaparro was remanded to the Bureau of Corrections, pending an Advice of Rights Hearing scheduled for Friday.

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