Clarksville police charged three suspects after officers discovered equipment, materials and software to create fraudulent checks.
A call came in to the 911 Nov. 20 at about 12:30 p.m. about men possibly involved in fraudulent activity at the Fairbrook Place hotel.
Officers found the men in a vehicle in the parking lot and smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle. Officers found marijuana in the vehicle, along with two laptops, printers and software to make checks for home and business. Officers also found several fraudulent checks inside the vehicle.
Officers’ investigation revealed all three suspects had knowledge of and planned to make fraudulent checks.
Officers booked Dajhaye Noel and Isaiah Craig in at the Montgomery County Jail and charged each with criminal simulation, simple possession of drugs, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and criminal conspiracy. Bond was set at $34,000.
Javier Noel was charged with criminal simulation, simple possession of drugs, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, criminal conspiracy and fugitive from justice. Bond was set at $284,000.
None of the men are Clarksville residents.
Anyone who was possibly defrauded by the suspects should contact a local law enforcement agency.