Elkview woman alters $100 cashier’s check to $8.4 million

An Elkview woman faces up to fifty-five-years in prison for an elaborate fraud scheme. Thirty-two-year- old Holly Urlahs is accused of altering a one-hundred-dollar cashier’s check to reflect an amount over eight-million-dollars. An indictment also accues her of providing fake documents with forged signatures and a personal check for one-million-dollars to an insurance company for an annuity, and that check bounced. Urlahs is charged with bank and mail fraud, forging a judge’s signature, and identity theft.