A Camdenton man has been placed on five years of supervised probation in connection with a Cole County forgery case.
Matthew Denny, 18, of Camdenton, pleaded guilty to felony forgery during a hearing before Cole County Judge Dan Green.
Denny admitted to taking a check he knew to be stolen to cash it for $4,500 in May, according to a Jefferson City Police Department probable cause statement.
Lake Ozark Police reported checks had been stolen from Vince Kolb Auto Sales and vehicle keys had been taken during a burglary from the business. The keys were recovered.
Denny was with a group of men who attempted to cash a check for $4,500 from the business at Jefferson Bank on Southwest Boulevard in Jefferson City.