ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - From tires to shoes and even pizza police say one woman was on a massive shopping spree but was using someone else's money.
Sandra Pierson was in court Saturday on a forgery charges.
Police say she cashed checks that didn't belong to her at seven different Albuquerque stores including a Barnes and Noble where she's accused of cashing checks for more than $1,300.
Police say she even bought tires worth $450 at Big O.
According to a criminal complaint Pierson passed the forged checks that belonged to an Albuquerque design company by using a fake driver's license with her picture and the check owner's name.
Detectives say she cashed more than $3,000 worth of checks.
On Saturday she found out she will need $50,000 in cash to get out of jail.
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