May 9, 2017 - 6:12 pm - Posted in News

Emmetsburg, Iowa — A northwest Iowa woman accused of passing stolen, forged checks in multiple jurisdictions in western Iowa has been sentenced in Palo Alto and Harrison counties.

Twenty-four-year-old Nikarra Macmain of Ashton has faced several charges, many of them felonies.

In all, Macmain is facing or has faced over 30 counts of forgery, ten counts of identity theft, three counts of theft, and seven counts of lottery forgery, plus various other charges, several of which were dismissed in plea agreements.

For the Palo Alto and Harrison County charges, Macmain was sentenced to five years in prison, plus fines. The sentences are all to run concurrently with each other, and concurrent to any sentences from the cases in O’Brien and Dickinson Counties, which are still in the court system.

Macmain faces four charges of forgery in O’Brien County and five counts of forgery, two of ID theft, and one of third-degree theft in Dickinson County. She pled guilty as part of a plea agreement in O’Brien County and faces sentencing there on May 22nd. She has not entered a plea in Dickinson County. She will be arraigned there on June 5th.

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