‘Apparently what happens is these things simply pass through and they go to corporate, where they get lost’

Jeffrey Niggemeyer
Niggemeyer

That was Jeffrey Niggemeyer of Laramie, Wyo., telling a judge yesterday why a Papa John’s accepted check after check he wrote on a closed account — 16 hot checks in all — from May 23 through June 18. 

Niggemeyer, 19, pleaded guilty to one count of felony check fraud in the case, according to KOWB radio. He also wrote another 40 bad checks to Domino’s, for a total $1,333 for all 56 of them. “I was out of a job, I was struggling to find a new one, I was out of money and I was out of food,” he told the court during his arraignment.

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