On June 13, 2017, Lebanon Police arrested two New York City men for Forgery. The arrest stemmed from an incident that occurred May 31. Lebanon Police took numerous reports on that date of counterfeit $100 bills being passed at various businesses within the City.
On the same date the Woodstock, Vermont Police arrested two males for passing $100 bills in Woodstock. Investigation revealed that the suspects who were arrested in Woodstock matched the description of the suspects in Lebanon.
Arrest warrants were obtained for Steven Medina, age 23, of Bronx, NY and Jeffery Medina, age 24, of Bronx, NY.
On June 13, both suspects turned themselves into the Lebanon Police. Steven is charged with two felony counts of Forgery and Jeffery is charged with one count of felony Forgery.
Both suspects were arraigned in Grafton Superior Court on June 14. Steven was held on $5,000 cash bail and Jeffery was released on $10,000 personal recognizance bail. The investigation is ongoing and further charges are expected.