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Probation officer arrested in forgery
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A local probation officer is facing charges after allegedly forging a client's money order to commit theft. Ashley Lasser, 29, was employed by Community Probation Service (CPS) when she allegedly passed a forged money order in the amount of $50 at the Dollar General Store in Smithville on Sept. 18. The money order was reportedly a client's payment to Life Savers of Tennessee, a probation service where Lasser worked.