Man accused of trying to fraudulently pass checks from Benedict Fire Department

YORK – Kevin L. Davis, 50, who is currently incarcerated in Lincoln and is listed as having a Lincoln address, according to court documents, has been accused of fraudulently trying to pass checks owned by the Benedict Fire Department.

Court documents indicate he fraudulently tried to pass two such checks, one having the value of $2,732.75 and the other having a value of $2,496.

No other information about the case is available in court documents.

He is charged with two counts of first degree forgery, which are Class 3 felonies, each of which carries a possible maximum sentence of four years in prison, two years of post-release supervision and/or a $25,000 fine.

The case has been bound over to the York County District Court where arraignment proceedings are scheduled for this week.

He is also accused in a second case, in which he cashed and attempted to cash fraudulent checks from the following: Central Nebraska Wood Preservers, $2,433; Central Nebraska Wood Preservers, $2,633; Central Nebraska Wood Preservers, $2,333.17; Woodman Farms, $2,588; Woodman Farms, $2,488.

In that case, he is accused of four counts of first degree forgery and attempt of a Class 3 felony, according to court documents.

These cases were investigated by the York Police Department.

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