Macmain Sentencing Set In Hartley Forgery Case

O'Brien Courthouse2Primghar, Iowa — The O’Brien County sentencing date has been set for a northwest Iowa woman accused of passing stolen, forged checks in multiple jurisdictions in western Iowa.

Twenty-four-year-old Nikarra Macmain of Ashton has faced several charges, some of them felonies.

Macmain changed her plea to guilty on the O’Brien County charge a little over a week ago. She is also charged with felony theft and eleven counts of fraud in three separate cases in Palo Alto County, and also recently waived her rights and changed her plea to “guilty” on those eleven fraud counts.

Sentencing on the O’Brien County charge has been set for Monday, May 22nd in O’Brien County District Court in Primghar.

She also faces counts of forgery and identity theft in Harrison County, which is just north of the Omaha/Council Bluffs area.

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