Twenty-four-year-old Nikarra Macmain of Ashton and 23-year-old Kendra Van Lo of Archer face several charges, including felonies.
According to court records and Palo Alto County Attorney Peter Hart, Van Lo has taken a plea bargain. Hart says that if she agreed to plead guilty to one of the two felony counts of forgery, the other would be dismissed.
Court records indicate that a plea-taking and sentencing hearing is set for April 7th, at 10:30 a.m. in Palo Alto County Court in Emmetsburg.
Meanwhile Macmain, who is charged with felony theft and eleven counts of fraud in three separate cases in Palo Alto County faces a pretrial conference on March 24th, and a trial on April 25th. County Attorney Hart says that the idea is to try all three of Macmain’s felony cases at once if possible. Macmain is also charged with misdemeanor offenses related to the alleged use of another player’s card at Wild Rose Casino in Emmetsburg and harassment of a public official or employee.
She also faces four felony forgery charges in O’Brien County and counts of forgery and identity theft in Harrison County, which is just north of the Omaha/Council Bluffs area.