A report that a man was attempting to cash a forged check at a store on Camden Road resulted in the arrest of the man, who had reportedly already cashed two other checks at a different location.

A report that a man was attempting to cash a forged check at a store on Camden Road resulted in the arrest of the man, who had reportedly already cashed two other checks at a different location.

Derrick Arnold, 34, of Little Rock, was taken into custody after he was detained by store personnel at the Brookshire’s on Camden Road, Deputy Prosecutor Maxie Kizer said during a probable cause hearing for Arnold on Monday.

Detective Kevin Patterson reported that Arnold, who was arrested Friday afternoon, had already cashed two checks at the Brookshire’s store on Dollarway Road earlier that day.

Arnold reportedly told police he got the checks from a person in Little Rock.

Jefferson County District Judge Kim Bridgforth set a $10,000 bond for Arnold, who Kizer said had no prior felony convictions, after ruling prosecutors had probable cause to charge him with second-degree forgery.

Arnold told the court he would hire his own attorney and was instructed to come back to court July 16.