Pizza purchases lead to forgery charges

"Pizza was Sean Freyling's downfall. At least according to a report from the Island County Sheriff's Department.The 20-year-old Langley man was recently charged with 15 counts of forgery for allegedly stealing his mother's checkbook and forging checks to buy food and other items from a variety of South Whidbey businesses.Freyling pleaded not guilty to the charges March 30. Freyling forged three of the checks to the Pizza Factory and three to the Gay 90s, which is also a pizza restaurant, according to a report written by Deputy Daniel Todd.Todd also wrote that Freyling admitted to stealing his mother's checkbook. "

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