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Fort Dodge woman charged with forging check

BY DI STAFF | APRIL 13, 2012 6:30 AM

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A Fort Dodge woman has been charged with forging a check.

According to an Iowa City police complaint, Shalonya Dierman, 30, was charged Oct. 28, 2011, with two charges of forgery, second-degree theft, two charges of identity theft, and trespassing.

Dierman reportedly cashed a check at Hy-Vee, 1720 Waterfront Drive, belonging to Hodge Construction at Bank of America. According to the complaint, the check was fictitious and Hodge Construction had no such account with Dierman.

According to the complaint, when Dierman tried to cash the check she used an Iowa driver's license, and the clerk at the Hy-Vee took the driver's license number on the check. Fort Dodge police officials positively identified the person in the Hy-Vee surveillance photos as Dierman.

Dierman allegedly cashed a similar check on Oct. 14 at the same Hy-Vee.

Forgery is a Class-D felony punishable of up to five years in jail and a maximum fine of $7,500.

Identity theft is a Class-D felony punishable of up to five years in jail and a maximum fine of $7,500.

Trespassing is a serious misdemeanor.

Second-degree theft is a Class-D felony punishable of up to five years in jail and a maximum fine of $7,500.

— by Jordyn Reiland


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