Man arrested after he stole checks from the City of Kirby, police say

Roland Luther Taylor, 30, faces 2 charges

Roland Luther Taylor, 30. (KSAT/Bexar County Records)

KIRBY, Texas – A man was arrested after police officers found fraudulent money and large amounts of checks belonging to the City of Kirby in his car Monday morning.

Police said they made contact with Roland Luther Taylor around 1:30 a.m. in the 3200 block of Charles Conrad.

Officers said Taylor consented for them to search his car, where large amounts of checks and fraudulent $100 bills were discovered.

The checks were determined to have been stolen from the City of Kirby, police said.

Taylor was arrested and charged with fraudulent use or possession of identification information amounting to more than 50 items, a 1st-degree felony. He is also being charged with forgery, a 3rd-degree felony, records show.

According to a news release, Taylor had been recently placed with the City of Kirby through the temp agency (PrimeCore Solutions). He was not a city employee.

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