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Paranormal enthusiast arrested for stealing mail and forging checks

Brandi LaMere arrested for stealing and forging checks
Brandi LaMere arrested for stealing and forging checks

A paranormal investigator has found her demons and has ended up behind bars today. Sheriff deputies in Georgia arrested a woman and one of her friends for allegedly stealing mail and forging checks last month.

Brandi Danielle LaMere was arrested on February 12 for allegedly stealing mail and checks from residential mailboxes. The 29-year-old was charged with five counts of forgery, drug possession, and possession of drug equipment. LaMere was also arrested earlier this year on January 20 for an unrelated crime.

LaMere's friend Bobby Leon Parrish was also arrested in connection with the crimes. The 23-year-old was arrested for cashing LaMere's forged checks.

A third person is also being sought in connection to the thefts. The sheriff's department issued a warrant for 38-year-old Traci Lynne Mullis.

Authorities found three stolen checks made out to LaMere with a fourth check that was used in a shoe store. A fifth check was issued to a person whose identity was stolen. In total, the checks were $3,836. Officers found additional stolen checks and social security cards in LaMere's house when she was arrested.

Additionally, LaMere runs various online stores that are all known as The Herbal Greenhouse that cater to the paranormal community. Some of LaMere's recent customers are accusing her of ripping them off.

LaMere is currently sharing a cell with the ghosts of the Bibb County Jail. She is being held on a $5,075 bond for the crimes and also has a hold due to a warrant from another agency.

Anyone with information about these crimes can call the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office at 751-7500 and ask to leave a message for the on-call investigator, or call Macon Regional Crime Stoppers at 877-68-CRIME.

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