Former McCracken County deputy faces forgery charges

Retired McCracken County Deputy Anthony Graham is charged with 15 counts of forgery and was arrested by Kentucky State Police on Friday.

KSP says Graham improperly signed off on out-of-state used vehicle inspections prior to his 2013 retirement.  State law requires a deputy to inspect all out-of-state used vehicles before the public can buy them, but KSP said Graham signed a blank inspection sheet.

The forms were recently flagged by Kentucky State Police’s Vehicle Investigation Section in Frankfort.

The forgery charges are felonies.

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