Bethany Condill, 35, of Caledonia, was charged on Tuesday with 11 counts of felony count of personal identity theft — financial gain, and eight misdemeanor counts of forgery. All 19 counts were charged as repeat offenses as Condill was convicted of three felony counts of forgery in 2012.
If convicted on all counts, Condill faces up to 190 years in prison and/or fined up to $190,000.
Peter Heinzelmann, 50, of Caledonia, was charged with five felony counts of personal identity theft-financial gain — party to a crime, one felony count of personal identity theft — financial gain, and forgery.
If convicted, Heinzelmann faces up to 42 years in prison and/or fined up to $70,000.
According to the criminal complaint, a relative of Condill’s called the Caledonia Police Department to tell them that Condill and Heinzelmann charged $50,000 on her credit cards.
A detective with the Caledonia Police Department investigating the case obtained photos of Condill and Heinzelmann using several of the woman’s credit cards at several Speedway gas stations and K-Mart over the course of several months beginning in November.
Heinzelmann posted a $100 cash bond. A preliminary hearing has been set for 8:30 a.m. April 2.
A cash bond of $5,000 was set for Condill. A preliminary hearing for her case has been set for 8:30 a.m. March 26.
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