Police: Woman accidentally writes $21,000 check; man thanks the Lord, deposits money

Police: Woman accidentally writes $21,000 check; man thanks the Lord, deposits money

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HURRICANE — Hurricane Police arrested a 67-year-old handyman Friday morning after he deposited a check accidentally written for $21,000 into his account.

According to a police statement written by Hurricane Police Officer Darren Richmond, the case began as an investigation involving a theft of $21,000.

After hiring a handyman service to complete a concrete job in her yard, the victim stated that the man, identified by her as Berklee Holm of Parowan, bid a price of $4,200 to complete the job, and that he said he would need $2,100 at the time to purchase materials, according to the statement.

The woman who hired the man admitted to mistakenly writing a check for $21,000 and delivering the check to Holm in error on March 13.

On the same day, Holm deposited the check into his account.

Read the full article at St. George News.

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