A Lebanon man faces multiple forgery charges after he allegedly altered his paychecks to get $900 more than he was due.
Kevin Edward Vetra, 30, has been charged with four counts of a Class C felony of forgery. He is being held in the Laclede County Jail in lieu of a $5,000 cash-or-surety bond, according to online court records.
At about 1:33 p.m. Wednesday, a Lebanon Police officer went to Fast Eddie's Muffler and Tire Center for a report of forgery. The owner of the shop told the officer that his CPA had called to state that his employee payroll on his business checking account had been overdrawn compared to the checkbook receipts. The owner discovered from his bank that one of his employees, Vetra, had allegedly altered four paychecks, according to information released by the Lebanon Police Department.
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