ORANGETOWN, N. Y. -- A 23-year-old Spring Valley man is facing criminal charges after police connected him to a $206 forged check used to open a bank account at an Orangeburg bank, police said.
Brayan Mendez-Vasquez was arraigned on second-degree felony criminal possession of a forged instrument and fifth-degree misdemeanor criminal possession of stolen property, police said.He's due back July 12 at Orangetown Justice Court, police said.
He was arrested June 14 after an investigation into the April 30 incident at People's United Bank in Orangeburg, police said.
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