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.
A 28-year-old man involved in an elaborate check-cashing scheme that victimized Billings banks and businesses last October and November was sentenced Friday to 10 years probation and ordered to repay the victims $10,000.
A Billings judge on Thursday gave a Georgia man 20 years probation and ordered him to pay back more than $60,000 for his role in orchestrating a check-cashing scheme that victimized Billings banks and businesses last fall.
A Georgia man charged in connection to an elaborate check-cashing scheme that victimized Billings banks and businesses in January pleaded guilty Tuesday to five counts of forgery.
A Lame Deer man involved in a check-cashing scheme prosecutors have connected to an Atlanta gang pleaded guilty Monday to five felony counts of forgery.
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.
Another man appeared in court Thursday on felony charges alleging he was part of an elaborate check-cashing scheme that prosecutors say was organized by an Atlanta gang.
A transient man appeared in court Monday on charges he took part in an extensive check-cashing scheme that prosecutors say has ties to an Atlanta gang.
Prosecutors have filed charges against another man they said was part of a group of transients hired by Atlanta gangsters to cash forged checks at Billings banks.
Another man is facing forgery charges in connection to check-cashing schemes that prosecutors have connected to an Atlanta gang.
Two more men were charged Thursday in an elaborate check-cashing scheme — bringing the number of defendants linked to the forgeries to nine — and court records indicate that several more could also face charges.
Two Georgia men pleaded not guilty to numerous forgery charges in Yellowstone County District Court after prosecutors said the men have cashed as much as $210,000 in bad checks in a well-organized, multistate scheme.