Police arrested a man and a woman suspected in a stolen checks case in Colchester.
After launching the investigation April 27, Colchester police conducted a traffic stop on Route 16 near Ashley Lane Friday and arrested Tabatha Peltier, of Colchester, and Shane Boulais, of Marlborough, on a warrant on charges of multiple counts of forgery and larceny, Colchester police said on the department's Facebook page. They were cooperative with police when they were taken into custody.
Police charged Peltier with 11 counts of forgery, 11 counts of sixth-degree larceny and conspiracy to commit larceny and Boulais with two counts of forgery, two counts of sixth-degree larceny and conspiracy to commit larceny.
Both were held in custody on $5,000 bonds and are due in Norwich Superior Court on June 1. Peltier was taken to York Correctional and Boulais was transported to Corrigan Correctional.