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Aberdeen man sentenced to prison in identity theft case

ABERDEEN (AP) -- An Aberdeen man who tapped into the bank accounts of others has been sentenced to serve a year in prison. Twenty-eight-year-old Jordan Pagel pleaded guilty to felony grand theft, identity theft and forgery charges. The American N...

ABERDEEN (AP) - An Aberdeen man who tapped into the bank accounts of others has been sentenced to serve a year in prison.

Twenty-eight-year-old Jordan Pagel pleaded guilty to felony grand theft, identity theft and forgery charges.

The American News reports that Pagel also will have to serve a year behind bars for a probation violation. He also was fined $312.

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