Two Daviess County men have been arrested and charged for their alleged involvement in a check fraud scheme. According to the sheriff’s department report, deputies had been looking for 35-year-old Jeffery York of Philpot, and found his vehicle Monday at the Evansville Teacher’s Credit Union on Starlite Drive. Prior to the vehicle leaving, 35-year-old Dennis Howard II came out of the buildikng and got in the passenger’s side. A deputy followed them, and pulled them over on Bittel Road. The officer found several stolen checks in York’s wallet. A search of the truck also revealed meth pipes and other drug paraphernalia. Both men were brought to the sheriff’s department. Upon being questioned by detectives, they admitted to stealing several checks from a checkbook in a vehicle parked in the Cedar Hills neighborhood in Philpot. York then made out one of the check’s to Howard, forging the account holder’s signature. Then Howard attempted to cash the check at the credit union. All checks were recovered and both men were taken to the Daviess County Detention Center. They face a variety of charges, including possession of a forged instrument, drug offenses, and receiving stolen property.