A Manhattan woman has been charged with forgery and other crimes after she tried to cash a check in another woman's name at a bank in Greenvale, Nassau County police said.

Kathleen S. Morrison, 54, of 507 W. 42nd St., was arrested at 5:10 p.m. Tuesday after she presented a forged driver's license at a Wells Fargo Bank branch on Northern Boulevard and tried to withdraw money from another woman's account, police said.

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Morrison had a forged California driver's license and a forged Capital One credit card that she had used to withdrawn $2,500 from an account at a Wells Fargo Bank branch in Garden City earlier in the day, police said.

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She was awaiting arraignment in First District Court in Hempstead on charges of forgery, possession of forged instruments, identify theft and grand larceny, police said.