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Two face felony forgery charges following incident at Casey’s


This news story was published on November 8, 2012.
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MASON CITY – Cammera Marie Reibsamen, age 32, was arrested shortly after 2 am Tuesday morning after Mason City police pulled over a vehicle she was driving for a vehicle registration violation.

Reibsamen had been wanted on three outstanding warrants for her arrests for failing to appear to an arraignment on Monday for 3 Class D felony counts of forgery that allegedly occurred between October 1st and October 10th.

On Wednesday Reibsamen in a written arraignment pleaded not guilty to the charges. Reibsamen’s lawyer, Dylan Thomas, motioned the court for a bond review hearing seeking to lower her 5,000 cash or surety bond. A hearing was set by District Court Judge Rustin T. Davenport for November 13th at 9 am.

Later on Wednesday Mason City police filed an additional Class D felony count of forgery and one simple misdemeanor count of 5th degree theft against Reibsamen.

The new charges followed a fraud report by Casey’s at 1361 12th Street NW in Mason City of an earlier incident allegedly involving Reibsamen and an accomplice.

The accomplice, identified as Michael Paul Miller, age 32, was booked into the Cerro Gordo County Jail at 2:31 PM Wednesday. Miller has been charged with one Class D felony count of forgery and one simple misdemeanor count of possession of stolen property.

Cammera Marie Reibsamen
SUBJECT IS INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY.

Michael Paul Miller
SUBJECT IS INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY.

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