BROOKSVILLE, Fla. — Police here have arrested five men for running a bogus check-cashing ring targeting Publix stores throughout Florida. The suspects admitted to cashing six counterfeit checks totaling $2,900 at Publix Super Market stores on the same day last week, according to the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office. It was later learned alleged ringleader Leon “Slim” Stovall was under a separate investigation by state police for “several hundred” fake ...

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