Tuesday, February 2, 2021

Carroll Man Charged for a Serious Misdemeanor Now Faces A Class D Felony

A Carroll Man who was originally charged for fourth-degree theft now faces two counts of forgery.

26-year-old Corey Allen Mutum was summoned by the Carroll Police Department for the serious misdemeanor of fourth-degree theft. According to trial information filed on Friday, he now faces a class D felony of two counts of forgery. 

Authorities state, during their investigation, they found that Mutum took two personal checks and wrote one for himself and used the other at a local retailer. The one he wrote for himself was for $100, and the other for the local retailer was a purchase of $272. His arraignment hearing is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 11. A class D felony in Iowa carries a maximum penalty of 5 years in prison and $7,500 in fines.

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