SANATOGA PA – A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Nov. 20 (2019; Wednesday) in the case of a Pottstown woman charged with passing bad checks, court records indicate.
Lorie Ann Yednock, who was wanted on an arrest warrant obtained by the Lower Pottsgrove Police Department, “turned herself in” to authorities on Wednesday (Oct. 30), the department reported on its CrimeWatch website. She was preliminarily arraigned on the same day in the courtroom of Magisterial District Justice Edward C. Kropp Sr. A hearing date on the court calendar followed.
Yednock was released on $5,000 unsecured bail pending the hearing, police said.
Read an earlier story about this case, published Oct. 27 by The Post, here:
Pottstown Woman Faces Bad Checks Charge
POTTSTOWN PA – A warrant for the arrest of a 49-year-old Pottstown woman who allegedly passed bad checks has been obtained by the Lower Pottsgrove Police Department, it reported Friday (Oct. 25, 2019) on its CrimeWatch website.
Lorie Ann Yednock “passed seven (7) checks totaling $2,602.37 that were returned for insufficient funds,” the department determined following an investigation by arresting officer Det. Sgt. Joseph Campbell. Yednock was “notified by certified letter” that payments on the checks were due, but she “failed to address” the deficiency, it reported.
The department brought its charge Sept. 3, and the warrant was issued Oct. 3, according to Montgomery County court records.
Anyone with information on Yednock’s whereabouts can call the department at 610-326-1508, or anonymously submit a tip at its website, here.
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