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Traffic stop lands Gulfport suspect in jail for bad checks

Sandra Gail Greenlee. Image source: Harrison County Sheriff's Department. Sandra Gail Greenlee. Image source: Harrison County Sheriff's Department.
GULFPORT, MS (WLOX) -

A Gulfport woman was arrested charged with felony bad checks, according to the Harrison County Sheriff's Department.

Forty-seven-old-year-old Sandra Gail Greenlee's arrest stems from a traffic violation at Beatline Road near Wisteria Lane in Long Beach, said Harrison County Sheriff Melvin Brisolara.

Brisolara said, when a deputy stopped her and ran her identification, it was discovered she had an active felony warrant from the Harrison County Circuit Court for felony bad checks.

She was taken to the Harrison County Sheriff's Department without bond pending an initial appearance.

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