Police Looking for Woman Who Forged Dead Woman’s Checks
Anticula Roxanne Hughley is on the run after being found using the checks of a dead woman. No one is sure how she got access to the dead woman’s personal belongings but I”ll assume that may be why she’s on the run.
The West Columbia Police Department is seeking information on the whereabouts of a woman who is wanted for three counts of forgery. According to Chief Dennis Tyndall, warrants have been issued for 22-year-old Anticula Roxanne Hughley. Hughey’s last known address was in Greenville, S.C., but she is believed to be living in the Columbia area.
Tyndall said that Hughey wrote three checks on the account of a deceased 87-year-old woman. The woman, Candida Datnoff, had lived at the Jenni-Lynn retirement community located at 915 Hook Avenue in West Columbia until her death in April of 2010. Tyndall is unsure of how the suspect came into possession of Ms. Datnoff’s checks.
Police are asking that anyone with information concerning this case contact the West Columbia Police Department at 803-794-0721.
Anyone with additional information on the suspect or the crime is asked to call 888-CRIME-SC or go to www.sccrimestoppers.com to receive a cash reward for information leading to the conviction of the suspect.
I’m sure some of her friends in the area may know where she’s off to. Times are tight and there are harder ways to make a living than dropping dime.