Two Victorville Women Arrested for Attempting to Cash an Altered $2400 Check

Two Victorville Women Arrested for Attempting to Cash an Altered $2400 Check

VICTORVILLE, Calif. – Two Victorville women were arrested for attempting to cash a fraudulent check on Tuesday afternoon.

At around 4:00 p.m. the two women walked into the Desert Community bank located at, 14800 La Paz Drive in the City of Victorville. The two female suspects, identified as Aisha Moore, 31, and Kiesa Sims, 39, both of Victorville, handed the bank employee a $2400 check that they asked to cash. “The bank employee was able to verify that the check was not legitimate,” said Victorville Sheriff’s Spokeswoman Mara Rodriguez.

Moore and Sims were arrested and booked at the High Desert Detention Center for making a fictitious check and conspiring to defraud. Moore was learned to be in Violation of Probation for an unrelated Vehicle Theft. Sims was released from custody at 11:51 a.m. on Wednesday, February 27, 2019.

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