Montana woman accused of stealing $134,000 from Bismarck-based in-laws enters not guilty plea
Published: Feb. 15, 2022 at 2:39 PM CST
BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - A Montana woman who prosecutors say impersonated her in-laws to steal more than $134,000 to pay for a home has pleaded not guilty.
Police arrested 56-year-old Carol Feist last December after an investigation into an October 2021 wire transfer from a Bismarck bank. They say Feist used her in-laws’ names to send money to a title company in Helena, Montana and forged signatures on property documents.
Feist is charged with felony theft and unauthorized use of personal identifying information.
Monday, she waived a preliminary hearing and entered a not guilty plea.
She is held in Gallatin County Jail in Montana and is scheduled to face a jury on June 8.
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