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Chaney Demond Sibley
A Billings judge on Tuesday ordered 15 years of probation for a Georgia man who pleaded guilty in an elaborate check-cashing scheme and admitted that he skipped out on an earlier sentencing hearing in that case.
A Georgia man pleaded not guilty Thursday to a bail-jumping charge alleging he skipped out on a sentencing hearing for his role in an elaborate check-cashing scheme against Billings banks and businesses.
One of several Georgia men charged in connection with an elaborate check-cashing scheme that netted about $24,500 in January pleaded guilty Tuesday to felony forgery charges.