Logan, Iowa — An Ashton woman who has been accused of, and pled guilty to, forgery charges in numerous northern and western Iowa counties has now entered a written plea of guilty to similar charges in Harrison County.

Court records say that 24-year old Nikarra Macmain is charged in Harrison County with Forgery, a class D felony; and Identity Theft, which in this case is an aggravated misdemeanor.

Macmain has also faced similar charges in O’Brien and Palo Alto counties. Those charges stemmed from incidents in which stolen checks were passed at various businesses in those counties. Macmain has appeared in court on most of those charges, and has pled guilty to a number of them.

Clay County authorities say they served 8 arrest warrants on Macmain last week. Clay County officials say they transported her from the O’Brien County Jail in Primghar to the Clay County Jail in Spencer on six charges of Forgery/Identity Theft, as well as 5th Degree Theft, and 2nd Degree Theft.

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