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Two Sioux Falls men accused of forgery, grand theft in Mitchell

Two Sioux Falls men are accused of cashing checks in Mitchell worth more than $5,000 that did not belong to them. Ryan Aadland and Jason Dimick both face felony forgery and grand theft charges for allegedly cashing two checks at Farmers State Ban...

Two Sioux Falls men are accused of cashing checks in Mitchell worth more than $5,000 that did not belong to them.

Ryan Aadland and Jason Dimick both face felony forgery and grand theft charges for allegedly cashing two checks at Farmers State Bank in Mitchell that they did not have permission to cash, according to court documents.

Between August 17, 2017, and September 2, 2017, Aadland allegedly cashed a check worth $2,200 and Dimick cashed a check worth $2,900 at the bank. The owner of the check told authorities the men did not have permission to write or cash the checks.

Both forgery and grand theft are Class 5 felonies, punishable by up to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine for each charge.

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