On February 17, 2017 police were dispatched to the Provident Bank, and spoke with a manager who related that a male had just tried to cash a check that was written to Juan Lopez. The manager became suspicious when the check displayed an incorrect account number. Police contact the business the check was issued from, and they reported never having issue a check to Juan Lopez. The bank provided police with a copy of the fraudulent check, and a copy of the photo identification card, which was used to cash the check. With this, charges of forgery, theft by deception, and bad checks were drawn up and an arrest warrant for Juan Lopez was issued.