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Hagerstown man guilty of forgery

January 20, 2006|by ERIN CUNNINGHAM

A Hagerstown man was found guilty of forgery Thursday in Washington County District Court.

Elmer Paul Line Jr., 25, of 17015 Oakleigh Way in Hagerstown, was charged with forgery of private documents, four counts of uttering false documents, four counts of theft and three counts of forgery, court documents state.

Line in early August cashed four checks - totaling $275 - by forging his mother's signature, documents state.

Line was found guilty Thursday of forgery of private documents and sentenced to two years in jail, with two years of the sentence suspended, documents state. Line also was sentenced to serve 18 months of supervised probation and pay $275 in restitution.

All other charges were dismissed.

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