Waynesboro man busted for trying to cash phony check with equally phony driver’s license

15 February 2023- A Waynesboro man is behind bars after giving tellers a fake ID to cash a fake check at a Greencastle bank. Timothy Patrick Windsor is charged with felony forgery, felony identity theft, felony theft, misdemeanor bad checks, and felony forgery. Windsor is behind bars on $50,000 bail.

On February 14th, police were dispatched to the F&M Trust bank on N Antrim Way in Greencastle for a report of a man trying to cash a bad check. That man, Timothy Windsor, allegedly approached the teller and presented her with a check issued from Truist Bank. The check was allegedly made out to another person for $4,200 but had the signature on the memo line instead of the back signature line. Presenting a driver’s license with the same name as the one on the check, Windsor allegedly continued trying to cash the check. The license was discovered to be counterfeit and the signature on it was forged. Windsor then left the bank in a Chevy Colorado with a Massachusetts license plate.

Before Windsor left, though, the teller allegedly made a photocopy of the license and found the name, number, and DOB on it belonged to another person but the picture was Timothy Windsor’s own.

Windsor is behind bars on $50,000 bail. His preliminary hearing is set for February 28th.

Sources: Docket Number: MJ-39303-CR-0000018-2023, Incident Number: 2023-02-00138