Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. By Todd Van Luling of Huffington Post Amazon Prime has an unusual lineup this May. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom Please enter your comment! “How to Be a Latin Lover” METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER STUDIOS INC.“Rocky” is coming to Amazon Prime. Near the end of the month, the recent critical hit “Howards End” will be available. Another critical hit from last year, “Last Flag Flying,” is available May 4. Likely to be popular is the addition of the “Rocky” series and many James Bond movies. There’s “A Very Brady Sequel.” So many options. TAGSAmazon Prime Previous article12 Tips for Shopping at GoodwillNext articleLake Apopka Wildlife Drive celebrates its 3rd Anniversary this weekend Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR May 18 “Beast of Burden” “3 Ways to Get a Husband”“40 Days and 40 Nights”“A Very Brady Sequel”“A.I. Artificial Intelligence”“An Inconvenient Truth”“Baby Boom”“Back to School”“Bad News Bears”“Barefoot”“Beyond Borders”“Blame”“Brother Nature”“Bull Durham”“Cool World”“Cyborg”“Diamonds Are Forever”“Dr. No”“Eight Men Out”“Elizabethtown”“Evolution”“Foxfire”“Frailty”“From Russia With Love”“Gator”“Ghost Town”“Goat”“Goldfinger”“Holy Air”“Hot Boyz”“Immigration Tango”“Insomnia”“Iron Eagle IV: On the Attack”“Kalifornia”“Live and Let Die”“Love Is a Gun”“Manhunter”“Men With Brooms”“Murder on the Orient Express”“Never Say Never Again”“New Rose Hotel”“Ninja Masters”“Octopussy”“Outcast”“Perfect Score”“Perfume: Story of a Murderer”“Psychopaths”“Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown”“Rocky”“Rocky II”“Rocky III”“Rocky IV”“Rocky V”“Sabrina”“Saturday Church”“School Ties”“Set Up”“Starting Out in the Evening”“Strategic Air Command”“The Benchwarmers”“The Benefactor”“The Box”“The Brady Bunch Movie”“The Counterfeit Traitor”“The Crow”“The Elephant Man”“The Golden Compass”“The Hangman”“The House I Live In”“The Hurt Locker”“The Last Castle”“The Legend of Bagger Vance”“The Man With the Golden Gun”“The Saint”“The Spy Who Loved Me”“Thief”“Thirst Street”“Thunderball”“Twisted”“Untamed Heart”“Wild Thornberrys”“Wish Upon a Star”“Wonder Boys”“You Only Live Once”“Aristocrats” (Limited Series)“Banished” (Limited Series)“Charles II ― The Power and the Passion” (Limited Series)“Daniel Deronda” (Limited Series)“David Copperfield” (Limited Series)“Desperate Romantics” (Limited Series)“Ivanhoe” (Limited Series)“Jane Eyre” (1983, Limited Series)“Jane Erye” (2006, Limited Series)“Life in Squares” (Limited Series)“Little Dorrit” (Limited Series)“Lorna Doone” (Limited Series)“Love in a Cold Climate” (Limited Series)“Mansfield Park” (Limited Series)“Martin Chuzzlewit” (Limited Series)“Middlemarch” (Limited Series)“Oliver Twist” (1985, Limited Series)“Oliver Twist” (2007, Limited Series)“Our Mutual Friend” (Limited Series)“Pride and Prejudice” (Limited Series)“Sense and Sensibility” (1981, Limited Series)“Sense and Sensibility” (2008, Limited Series)“Sinbad” (Limited Series)“Tess of the D’Urbervilles” (Limited Series)“The Buccaneers” (Limited Series)“The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” (Limited Series)“The Lost World” (Limited Series)“The Office” (Limited Series)“The Pickwick Papers” (Limited Series)“The Tenant of Wildfell Hall” (Limited Series)“The Way We Live Now” (Limited Series)“Tom Jones” (Limited Series)“Vanity Fair” (Limited Series) Of course, there are many movies and shows that are actually worth your time, too. May 4 “Baywatch”“Still Mine”“Orphan Black” (Season 5) Please enter your name here May 12 You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here May 15 May 19 Check out the full list of arrivals and departures below. Along with the typical strategy of adding dozens of movies and a few original shows, Amazon also acquired nearly three dozen forgotten-about miniseries from the last few decades. If you’ve been wanting to nostalgia-binge on mediocre television that you watched in the 1980s, Amazon finally has you covered this month. May 25 “Last Flag Flying” (Amazon Original movie) “You Are Wanted” (Season 2, Prime Original series) “Dino Dana” (Season 2, Prime Original series) May 23 May 27 “Beatriz at Dinner”“Shooters” “Rocky & Bullwinkle” (Season 1, Prime Original series) May 29 May 11 “Picnic at Hanging Rock” (Season 1, Prime Original series) “Howards End” (Season 1) Arrivals “Warrior”“Diablo Guardian” (Season 1, Prime Original series) May 5 “Just Getting Started”“The Wedding Plan” May 1 UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 May 22 Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter
MyanmarAsia – Pacific Media independence ImprisonedJudicial harassmentRSF Prize Follow the news on Myanmar Receive email alerts Journalists Kyaw Zaw Lin (left), Nayi Min (centre) and Phyo Wai Win (right) leave the courtroom after been freed on bail. They still face the possibility of two years in prison (photo: Ye Aung Thu / AFP). MyanmarAsia – Pacific Media independence ImprisonedJudicial harassmentRSF Prize Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Yangon authorities to drop the spurious charges still pending against three Eleven Media journalists who were freed on bail this morning after being held for two weeks, and who should never have been jailed in the first place. May 12, 2021 Find out more The article angered Mayor Phyo Min Thein, the source of the complaint, who turns out to be a close ally of Aung San Suu Kyi, the head of the Myanmar government. The mayor’s staff announced three days ago that he would withdraw the case against the three journalists if they issued a public apology in the state media. The charges were prompted by an 8 October story about the Yangon regional government’s slapdash management of its budget, in particular, a loan that was contracted for the purchase of school buses that did not have the local assembly’s approval. May 26, 2021 Find out more RSF asks Germany to let Myanmar journalist Mratt Kyaw Thu apply for asylum News Organisation Help by sharing this information News to go further After noting the gravity of the violations of the freedom to inform since the start of the year, RSF issued an “incident report” three weeks ago about the threat to Myanmar’s position in the World Press Freedom Index, in which it is currently ranked 137th out of 180 countries. News “This affair is reminiscent of the worst crackdowns on journalists under the military junta,” said Daniel Bastard, the head of RSF’s Asia-Pacific desk. “We call for the immediate withdrawal of the charges against the Eleven Media staff, who just acted in the public interest. The credibility of Myanmar’s democratic transition, which has already been badly dented by press freedom violations, is now at stake.” May 31, 2021 Find out more RSF_en US journalist held in Yangon prison notorious for torture The three journalists – Eleven Media group managing editors Kyaw Zaw Linn and Phyo Wai Win and chief reporter Nayi Min – are still charged with “showing disrespect toward the Yangon regional government.” News October 26, 2018 Myanmar’s Eleven Media journalists freed on bail, RSF calls for charges to be dropped Thai premier, UN rapporteurs asked to prevent journalists being returned to Myanmar
Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Tagged with: Negative Equity Underwater Homes Zillow The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago About Author: Xhevrije West December 3, 2015 938 Views The amount of underwater mortgages in the U.S. continues to decline, but is not fully helping the housing market on the road to recovery, particularity in many large markets that were heavily impacted during crisis times.The negative equity rate nationwide fell in the third quarter to 13.4 percent of underwater borrowers, down from last quarter’s percentage of 14.4. One year ago, 16.9 percent of homeowners owed more on their home than it’s worth, Zillow’s Negative Equity Report showed.According to the report, nearly one million homeowners were able to come out of negative equity in the third quarter. This will allow them to sell or refinance their homes prior to the expected interest rate hike later this month.”Negative equity has become almost an afterthought in a handful of the nation’s hottest markets, but is holding back the recovery in dozens of large markets nationwide,” said Dr. Svenja Gudell, Zillow’s Chief Economist.She added, “Despite steady declines in negative equity, many cities are still facing tight inventory, especially among entry-level homes. Those homes that are available are often not in demand and stay on the market for a long time. This can be extremely frustrating for buyers and sellers alike, as they come face to face with the difficult side effects of negative equity.”Zillow noted that negative equity rates are usually close to 2-5 percent, and today’s rate is a haunting reminder of the housing crash and the recovery that has yet to happen in some markets.Las Vegas, Nevada has had the highest negative rate in the nation for nearly five years, with 22 percent of underwater homeowners and 19 percent effectively underwater (less than 20 percent equity in their homes).Kansas City, Missouri and Cleveland, Ohio followed with negative equity rates of 16.6 percent and 16.8 percent, respectively, the data found.The report showed that San Francisco, California and San Jose, California are the only cities where less than 5 percent of homeowner owe more on their home than it’s worth.”Negative equity affects individual homeowners, but markets with high negative equity rates tend to have fewer homes for sale, especially lower-priced homes favored by first-time homebuyers,” the report stated. “In markets with a lot of negative equity, homes generally take longer to sell than in other places.”Smallest Share of Underwater HomeownersSan Jose, California – 3.0 percentSan Francisco, California – 4.7 percentDenver, Colorado – 5.5 percentDallas-Fort Worth, Texas – 5.8 percentPortland, Oregon – 6.2 percentLargest Share of Underwater HomeownersLas Vegas, Nevada – 22.1 percentChicago, Illinois – 20.6 percentAtlanta, Georgia – 18.6 percentSt. Louis, Missouri – 17.6 percentBaltimore, Maryland – 16.9 percentClick here to view the full report. The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Previous: ValuAmerica & Black Knight Integrate Loan Closing Technologies Next: Freddie Mac’s Mortgage Portfolio Expands for Ninth Straight Month Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Subscribe Xhevrije West is a talented writer and editor based in Dallas, Texas. She has worked for a number of publications including The Syracuse New Times, Dallas Flow Magazine, and Bellwethr Magazine. She completed her Bachelors at Alcorn State University and went on to complete her Masters at Syracuse University. The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Underwater Borrowers Are Still a Headwind for Housing Negative Equity Underwater Homes Zillow 2015-12-03 Brian Honea Related Articles Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Home / Daily Dose / Underwater Borrowers Are Still a Headwind for Housing Print This Post Share Save Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Market Studies, News
Umphrey’s McGee continued their summer tour last night with a stop at Charlotte, NC’s The Fillmore. The band has been firing on all cylinders lately, and they took it up a notch last night with a powerful setlist filled with heavy tunes, old classics, and two huge bust out covers.Set one started with a new intro song, as Umphrey’s debuted “Lord Bail Ship”, which flowed right into an intense “1348” before transforming into “White Man’s Moccasins”. Rock ballad “Loose Ends” came next, and they jammed the song into old favorite “Resolution”, and continued the segues with a move into “Similar Skin”. After a funky “Dump City”, the Umphrey’s closed the first set with a combo of two heavy, progressive songs with “Spires” into “The Floor”.Set two started with a huge “The Bottom Half” sandwich. Opening with the great version of “The Bottom Half”, which segued into the older song “Sweetness”, then “Cut the Cable”, before closing out the final segment of “The Bottom Half”. Next up, Umphrey’s started up the reliable jam vehicle “Red Tape”. However, instead of a typical “Jimmy Stewart” section in the song, the band segued into Radiohead‘s “Meeting in the Aisle”, performing the track for the first time in 172 shows, and only the 17th time ever after debuting the cover back in 2006. The band finished the rare cover before returning back to the end portion of “Red Tape”. The band finished the first set with a raucous “Phil’s Farm” that wound it’s way back into “1348”, completing the version that opened the show.Umphrey’s returned to the stage for a single encore, featuring another huge bust out cover in Pink Floyd‘s “Time”. The Dark Side of the Moon classic has only been played by Umphrey’s 14 times ever, and last appeared on a setlist in April 2015, 116 shows ago. The band absolutely crushed the cover, ending the show on a high note.Umphrey’s McGee continues their summer tour next Friday, July 15th, at the Pier Six Pavilion in Baltimore, MD. See below for full setlist details, courtesy of All Things Umphrey’s, and check out a video of Umphrey’s playing Pink Floyd’s “Time” from Luther Blevins on YouTube.Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee at The Fillmore, Charlotte, NC – 7/9/16Set 1: Lord Bail Ship > 1348 > White Man’s Moccasins, Loose Ends > Resolution > Similar Skin, Dump City, Spires > The FloorSet 2: The Bottom Half > Sweetness > Cut the Cable > The Bottom Half, Red Tape > Meeting in the Aisle > Red Tape, Phil’s Farm > 1348Encore: Time
Relief agencies turn to solar FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Thomson Reuters:Cheap, reliable and hard to hijack, the sun could be an ideal energy source in many war zones and disaster areas, prompting aid agencies to consider ditching costly fuel for solar power.While the technology has not advanced far enough to make a full swap viable, some solar projects are already underway in the field and aid workers expect many more to follow.“It’s very easy to exploit the fuel chain and it happens in a number of big emergencies. It’s too easy to nick. There’s a lot of bad practice around making money out of fuel,” said Andy Bastable, head of Oxfam’s water and sanitation projects.Traditional fuel can be used as a weapon, hijacked by militants, sold on the black market, or must be flown vast distances to reach off-grid relief camps, increasing costs and volatility for the hard-pressed aid sector.And the sun shines in most areas where they work.“In 90 percent of cases, we are acting in places where there is abundant solar supply,” said Per-Erik Eriksson, an engineer with medical charity Doctors Without Borders (MSF).“To avoid logistical challenges and over time, to save costs, (solar energy) would certainly be a very good solution in most of our projects,” he told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.Renewable energy sources, such as solar power, are key to reducing climate-changing emissions and keeping the earth’s temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius.A report this week by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said renewable energy would need to supply 70-85 percent of electricity by 2050 to stay within a 1.5C limit, compared with about 25 percent now.More: Aid agencies eye solar power to replace volatile, costly fuel
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Authorities are searching for the shooter that killed a dog with a pellet gun in Islip Terrace last weekend.The owner of a male Pit Bull named Jax reported finding the dog with blood coming out of its mouth in the backyard of their home on Saturday, according to the Suffolk County SPCA.The dog was brought to Grady Animal Hospital in Sayville, where a necropsy was performed. The dog was determined to be killed by a pellet shot to the chest, the agency said.The Suffolk SPCA is offering a $2,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible.Suffolk County SPCA investigators ask anyone with information to call them at 631-382-7722. All calls will be kept confidential.
Long Island Rail Road trains will mostly begin rolling again Monday morning 37 hours after service was suspended Saturday when a blizzard hit the region, but some lines remain snowed in.As of 5 a.m. Monday, regular weekday service will be available on the Babylon, Ronkonkoma, Port Washington and Huntington/Port Jefferson branches and service will also be provided in diesel territory on the Oyster Bay and Port Jefferson Branches, between Greenport and Ronkonkoma and on the Montauk Branch west of Speonk, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.But snow still needs to be cleared from the tracks before trains can resume running on the other four of the LIRR’s 12 branches. Lines that will remain suspended Monday include the Far Rockaway, Hempstead, Long Beach and West Hempstead branches. Commuters who ride trains on those branches are urged to use alternate LIRR branches until their usual trains return.In addition, trains will not be running by Monday morning between Jamaica and the Atlantic Terminal. LIRR riders normally destined for Brooklyn should take trains to Penn Station, where their tickets will be cross-honored by NYC Transit on the No. 2 and 3 subway trains.For more information on when the remaining LIRR suspensions will be lifted, visit www.mta.info. Service had been suspended at 4 p.m. Saturday as winter storm Jonas hit the region.(Photo credit: MTA/LIRR) Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York
The suit also claims that Bottoms does not have the authority to move the city back to a “Phase 1″ state of lockdown reopening.”This lawsuit is on behalf of the Atlanta business owners and their hardworking employees who are struggling to survive during these difficult times,” Kemp tweeted. “I refuse to sit back and watch as disastrous policies threaten the lives and livelihoods of our citizens,” he said, claiming that Bottoms’s moves endanger Atlanta’s economy. “We will fight to stop these reckless actions and put people over pandemic politics.” The governor of Georgia sued officials in the US state’s largest city Thursday, seeking to block a mandate that would require Atlanta residents to wear face masks in public as part of efforts to stop the spread of the coronavirus. The lawsuit, filed by Republican governor Brian Kemp, alleges that Atlanta mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms does not have the authority to require stricter public health measures than the state, which has encouraged mask-wearing but not required it. “The City of Atlanta may only exercise powers granted to it by the state, and Mayor Bottoms’ attempts to exercise an undelegated power against the state are ultra vires” or not allowed, the suit says, asking a Fulton County judge to block the executive orders Bottoms issued last week. Bottoms, who herself has tested positive for the virus, hit back on Twitter, saying, “3104 Georgians have died and I and my family are amongst the 106k who have tested positive for COVID-19.”Meanwhile, I have been sued by @GovKemp for a mask mandate. A better use of tax payer money would be to expand testing and contact tracing,” she tweeted. Read also: ‘Wear a mask if you care’, task force says as WHO warns of aerosol transmissionBottoms has framed the disagreement as a public health policy dispute, while state authorities have said they are focused on the technicalities of their parallel mandates. “The State of Georgia continues to urge citizens to wear masks. This lawsuit is about the rule of law,” Georgia state attorney general Chris Carr tweeted Thursday evening. Public health officials have for months urged face coverings as a means to limit the outbreak, with studies highlighting that even cloth masks can reduce oral particle dispersion between 50 and 100 percent.States such as Alabama, California, Texas and Colorado have instituted state-wide mask mandates to try to curb surging infection rates. But mask requirements have led to friction in stores around the country, spawning numerous viral videos of irate customers clashing with retail employees. And US President Donald Trump has mostly declined to wear a mask in public, donning one for the first time last week. There have been more than 131,000 COVID-19 cases in Georgia, with 3,105 deaths — one of the worst-hit states in the US, itself the worst-hit country in the world. Topics :
71 Philip Street, Hawthorne.Harcourts Solutions selling agent Gabrielle Baker said the home was an outstanding example of the Californian bungalow-style which was popular across the US and Australia from 1910-1940. “It has a wonderful energy about the home and it is perfect to live in as is, or there is the opportunity to refurbish the attic and add another two bedrooms or a parent’s retreat.” 23 Norman St, Ascot.A three-bedroom, one-bathroom home at 23 Norman St, Ascot would suit a renovator looking to add their own special touch to this property. 1 Aloe St, Wavell Heights.Meanwhile, a Mediterranean-inspired brick home at 1 Aloe St, Wavell Heights will be perfect for a family seeking more space.Selling agent Trent Vinson from Ray White — Wilston said the owners had moved out and were wanting to semi-retire.“They have purchased a block of land in the country which they want to build a house on,” Mr Vinson said. 122 Haig Rd, Auchenflower.According to CoreLogic, 148 auctions will take place in Brisbane this week.And this includes a double-storey Queenslander-style home at Auchenflower to go under the hammer at 10am on Saturday.The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 122 Haig Rd has views of the Brisbane City skyline and is in a sought-after location. Inside 1 Aloe St, Wavell Heights.The four-bedroom, three-bathroom property, on a 620sq m block, goes to auction at 11am on Saturday. 71 Philip Street, Hawthorne.Ms Baker said the property was a much loved home with five owners since 1926, and has been beautifully maintained during this time.“Many of the features, such as silky oak panelling, leadlight doors and windows, and lighting are original,” she said.“The owners are downsizing after living in the property for nearly 30 years.”The property will go under the hammer at 11am. FREE: Get the latest real estate news direct to your inbox here. 96 Central Ave, St Lucia.A modern two-storey executive home at 96 Central Ave, St Lucia is expected to draw a crowd to the 10am auction.Adcock Prestige — Brisbane selling agent Jason Adcock said the property was in a spectacular location of St Lucia and on a 594sq m block. 23 Norman St, Ascot.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours ago23 Norman St, Ascot.Ray White — Albion selling agent Cheryl Williamson said the property had been passed down within the family.“It’s an original Ascot home awaiting renovation,” she said. The home is within proximity to public transport, cafes and restaurants.The property goes to auction at 11am on Saturday. 69 Gladstone St, Indooroopilly.At Indooroopilly, a four-bedroom, two-bathroom award-winning home will go to auction at 10am.The property at 69 Gladstone St, is being marketed by Byrony O’Neill, of Byrony O’Neill Estate Agents — Toowong.Entry to the home has commissioned ironwork gates to welcome guests while the living space features interior decor by Redworks.With handcrafted timber doors and a kitchen with Miele appliances there’s plenty to enjoy here.Ms O’Neill said she was honoured to be selling the home.“My favourite part of the home is the private rear garden framed by magnolias and exquisite marble wall,” she said.The home won a Master Builders Award — 2011 Master Builder’s Housing and Construction award for individual home builder — Nino Projects.Ms O’Neill said the current owner was involved throughout the building process with every attention to detail scrutinised. 8 Eaglie St, Chapel Hill.A stunning home at Chapel Hill with a treetop setting and elevated outlook with district views will go to auction nice and early on Saturday morning.At 9am, the property at 8 Eaglie St, is expected to draw downsizers and executive couples to the auction.McGrath Paddington selling agent Reuben Packer-Hill described the home as “well presented”. “There is a lack of stock in this price bracket,” he said.“While it is not an overly large home, the architectural flair and large entertaining deck have been features well-received by the buyers coming through.“We often ensure styling tips and advice is provided to our owners to ensure the home presents itself in the best light possible. 122 Haig Rd, Auchenflower. Inside 122 Haig Rd, Auchenflower.Ray White — Paddington selling agent Angela Mastrapostolos said there were many standout features within the home. “It’s a stunning property,” she said. “She (the owner) has put blood, sweat and tears into it. It’s very unique.”Ms Mastrapostolos said the property was perfect for a professional couple or a family with children wanting to be close to public schools in a great location. A grand Californian bungalow in a prestigious Brisbane hilltop location is set for auction on Saturday.The three-bedroom, two-bathroom property at 71 Philip St, Hawthorne has hit the market for the first time in 30 years. The spacious kitchen at 96 Central Ave, St Lucia.Mr Adcock said the owners were downsizing from the five-bedroom, five-bathroom home.The home’s immense floorplan is spread across 550sq m with an open-plan design. 8 Eaglie St, Chapel Hill.We certainly feel that this has also resulted in the large amount of activity.”Mr Packer-Hill said he had received a phenomenal amount of interest in the property.“We’ve had more than 6646 internet viewings so far and over 80 inspections during our three-week campaign.”
DECATUR COUNTY, Ind. — A Knightstown woman was arrested on fraud charges after police say she and another woman attempted to cash a forged check.According to police, Nicole R Moorman, 30, of Knightstown was arrested on Thursday after an investigation that began back in November.Police say Moorman and Pamela S Fields-Creech, 47, of Knightstown, tried to cash a check back in November that belonged to a relative of Moorman’s that was payable to Fields-Creech.Investigators believe the check was taken from the account holder’s checkbook without his knowledge.Police say the account holder denied giving Moorman permission to write or cash the check.Back in November, bank employees reported the two suspects for trying to cash the check, stating that the account holder had been a victim of similar fraud in the past.Tellers called the account holder and found out that he did not write the check to Fields-Creech.Staff declined to cash the check and contacted police.Moorman was arrested on charges of Attempted Fraud on a Financial Institution and Forgery.Field-Creech is charged with check deception.