MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) – Morris Mosley, a Texas fugitive captured in Mobile, had a bond hearing Friday, July 4.
His bond was set at $106,500, and he goes back to court Tuesday, July 8.
Mosley was arrested Wednesday, July 2, following surveillance by members of the Mobile Police Department Tactical Intelligence Unit.
During the surveillance, officers found two stolen vehicles from Texas.
A search warrant was executed on the residence on the 100 block of Dunn Avenue. The search uncovered several counterfeit checks, check stock along with the Check Soft Programs and all the necessary components to counterfeit checks, as well as various identifying documents and debit cards belonging to several other people.
Mosley was arrested and charged with two counts of first degree receiving stolen property, two counts of identity theft and 25 counts of second degree criminal possession of a forged instrument.
He was also wanted out of Texas on burglary, two counts of forgery of a financial instrument, forgery, parole violation and theft.