Oneida Woman Charged with Alleged Forgery

On June 19th, K9 Officer Toby Jeffers with the Oneida Police Department spoke with Sandra Hagler.  Hagler stated that her husband Terry had several checks written in his name without his consent and that the bank had shipped him out new checks but were sent to their old address on Slaven Lane.  Hagler also stated that Buckhorn had video footage of an individual writing one of the checks on May 29th.  Officer Jeffers arrived at Buckhorn and observed camera footage of an individual, identified as Tina Marie Slaven, exit a red Sabb car on May 29th and enter the store.  Slaven shopped for a few moments before selecting a fishing pole and another item before checking out.  She wrote a check to Buckhorn in the amount of $89.56 on May 29th.  The check belonged to Terry Hagler.  Buckhorn stated that the check Slaven had written was the only check they received on May 29th for any payment.  On May 25th, Slaven went to a local gas station and wrote a check for $19.79, also belonging to Terry Hagler.  Slaven was charged with Forgery.