Woman Accused Of Stealing Mail And Checks From Texas Churches Arrested In Flower Mound

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Police arrest a woman for allegedly stealing mail from local churches, according to the Flower Mound Police Department (FMPD).

FMPD said, Graciela Carolina Munoz-Perez, a 30-year-old Houston resident was arrested in relation to several reported instances of mail theft. Starting from Nov. 2 to Nov. 10. Munoz-Perez was identified as the suspect and found in Flower Mound at a local church on Nov. 17, said Police.

Munoz-Perez was arrested during a traffic stop. Officers found many checks made out to multiple churches by different account holders, said Flowermound Police.

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Police said her name was not on any of the accounts.

Munoz-Perez was charged with mail theft, forgery of a governmental document, and fraudulent use of possession of identifying information.

Munoz-Perez was linked to more than 50 mail thefts in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, FMPD said.


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