Old Greenwich Post Office Worker Arrested for Forgery & Theft of Money Orders

On this March 5, Greenwich Police applied for an arrest warrant for Keiyana Marie Lawhorne, 22, after an investigation involving the theft of U.S. Postal Money Orders that occurred at the Post Office in Old Greenwich. The arrest warrant for Lawhorne on charges of Conspiracy to Commit Forgery 1st Degree (6 counts) and Conspiracy to Commit Larceny 4th Degree was reviewed and signed by Judge Comerford on March 5, 2015.

That afternoon, approximately 3:40pm, members of the Greenwich Police Department arrested Lawhorne at her job at the Old Greenwich Post Office. She was transported to Greenwich Police Headquarters, where an inventory of Lawhorne’s personal property revealed that she was in possession of two stolen and altered U.S. Postal money orders.

As a result, Lawhorne was additionally charged with two counts of Forgery 1st Degree and Forgery 4th Degree. Her bond was set by Lt. Bonney at $250,000.

Lawhorne was given a court date of March 13, 2015 in Stamford Superior Court. At the time of report, Lawhorne was unable to post bond and remains in GPD custody.