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Five cited with felony theft charges in area

Felony theft charges were filed against five area people between March 1 and March 16: o Katie Hurley, 25, of Winner, was arrested on March 14 for allegedly taking $25,173.08 from her employer by forging checks between May 2015 and January 2016. ...

Felony theft charges were filed against five area people between March 1 and March 16:

• Katie Hurley, 25, of Winner, was arrested on March 14 for allegedly taking $25,173.08 from her employer by forging checks between May 2015 and January 2016. Hurley was charged with grand theft valued between $5,000 and $100,000, a class 4 felony, and five counts of forgery, class 5 felonies.

• Mitchell Oldlodge, 22, of Chamberlain, was arrested on March 2 for breaking into his parents' Chamberlain home on Feb. 25 and taking clothing, jewelry, a space heater, a computer and some change. He also allegedly broke into a hotel room on Feb. 27 in Chamberlain, damaging a window. Oldlodge allegedly said he committed the burglaries because he was homeless and wanted a place to stay. Oldlodge was charged with second-degree burglary, a class 3 felony, intentional damage to property and petty theft, class 1 misdemeanors, for both cases. He was also charged with possessing tools to commit a burglary, a class 6 felony, and an additional count of petty theft for the hotel burglary.

• Eric Jones, 32, of Chamberlain, was arrested on March 3 for allegedly breaking into his sister's house on March 2 in Chamberlain and taking about $30. Jones was charged with second-degree burglary, a class 3 felony, and petty theft, a class 1 misdemeanor.

• Sterling Keizer, 22, of Mitchell, and Monterion Winfrey, 18, of Rapid City, were arrested on March 4 in Mitchell for allegedly stealing a handgun, breaking into a truck and driving a short ways before it ran out of gas, and accidentally firing a round inside Keizer's apartment. Both were charged with grand theft, a class 6 felony, and criminal entry of a motor vehicle, a class 1 misdemeanor. Keizer was also charged with committing a felony carrying a firearm, a class 2 felony, another charge of grand theft, a class 6 felony, two counts of reckless use of weapons, a class 1 misdemeanor, and intentional damage to property, a class 1 misdemeanor.

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