Former Prescott woman gets jail for forgery
A former Prescott woman was sentenced Thursday to four years probation on multiple felony charges, including providing a false ID to a bank.
Roberta S. Harcourt, 40, who now lives in Red Wing, will also have to serve six months in jail as a probation condition as part of a plea agreement.
Harcourt was initially charged with five felonies - providing a false ID to a bank, obtaining money with a misappropriate ID and three forgeries - and four misdemeanors - all issuing worthless checks less than $2,500. She pled guilty to two of the forgeries and the false ID charges, the rest were all dismissed.
For more please read the July 22 print version of the Herald.