A Washington County man facing several felony charges turned himself in Wednesday, saying he was tired of living his life on the run.
Washington County Sheriff, Larry Mincks, says Patrick Worstell turned himself in, after appearing on our Mid-Ohio Valley's Most Wanted segment just a few weeks ago.
Worstell has appeared in court and his bond has been set at $15,000.
Sheriff Mincks says Worstell is accused of stealing personal checks and then forging his name and cashing them.
He faces Receiving Stolen Property and Forgery charges.
He's being held at the Washington County Jail.
In this week's edition of the Mid-Ohio Valley's Most Wanted we're looking for information on a Washington County man wanted for Forgery.
Right now, the Washington County Sheriff's Department has 4 warrants out for Patrick Worstell.
Officials say, earlier this year, on 2 separate occasions, Marietta residents reported that their phone bills were reported as delinquent, even though checks for the bills were mailed.
After checking with the phone company, The victims realized someone had been taking the checks out of their mailboxes and cashing them.
"The AT&T was converted into Patrick Worstell and cashed at two local banks in Marietta," says Detective Brian Rhodes, Washington County Sheriff's Department.
Authorities believe Worstell still has ties to the area.
If you have any information on Patrick Worstell, call the Washington County Sheriff's Department at 740-376-7070.
Catch our next Mid-Ohio Valley's Most Wanted segment Wednesday, on WTAP News at 6.
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