YORK, Neb. (AP) — A March
sentencing hearing has been scheduled for a 27-year-old York woman who's
been convicted in a check fraud case.
Online court records say
Cassandra Tritt pleaded no contest to a felony forgery charge after
prosecutors lowered the charge. Her sentencing hearing is set for March
24 in York County District Court.
York police were told in November that a man's checkbook was missing
and that checks had been fraudulently written at numerous local
businesses. Prosecutors say Tritt forged 29 checks on the account,
totaling nearly $1,800.
Prosecutors say Tritt has already paid restitution to the man.