A woman who cashed a fraudulent check at a local bank and attempted to do so at several others has been sentenced.

24-year-old Danielle Denise Anderson of Dearborn Heights was recently sentenced in Livingston County Circuit Court to eight days in jail with a credit of eight days served and two years of probation. She will also be required to make restitution.

Anderson was sentenced under the Holmes Youthful Trainee Act, which means her record will be expunged if she successfully completes probation.

Anderson pleaded guilty last month to four counts of uttering and publishing. She was arrested January 4th after a teller at the First National Bank branch in Genoa Township called 911 under the belief that Anderson attempted to cash a $1,500 fraudulent check. Anderson was still on scene when Livingston County Sheriff’s deputies arrived, however a second person had fled prior to their arrival.

Anderson had unsuccessfully tried to cash fraudulent checks at other First National Bank locations, but was only able to successfully do so at their Fowlerville branch earlier that day. (DK)