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12/29/09 - 04:21 PM
The Panama City Police Department announces the arrest of Mark F. Gerke, 53 years of age. Gerke is being charged with Grand Theft. The arrest stems from a complaint filed by Bay Bank. It is alleged that between October 22, 2009 and October 30, 2009 Gerke wrote fifteen checks totaling $71,517.00 from his business account Mark Gerke Motors. All fifteen checks were returned and only a portion of the money has been recovered. Bay Bank has recovered $33,077.98 but still has a loss of $38,439.02. Bay Bank Officials have been in contact with Gerke and have been attempting to recover the stolen funds for approximately two months.
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