On June 22, Sarah Lynn Breiter, 27 of Hayfield, and Terry Lee Dahl, 40 of Spring Valley, appeared before District Court Judge Matthew J. Opat. Breiter did so via zoom. Each are charged with seven felonies; two counts of Check Forgery – Offer/Possess With Intent to Defraud, two counts of Check Forgery – Offer/Possess With Intent to Defraud (Aid/Abet), Possession or Sale of Stolen Counterfeit Check, Theft – Take/Use/Transfer Movable Property – No Consent, and Theft – By Check. Two of the Check Forgery counts have a maximum criminal penalties of ten years in prison and/or $20,000 fines. The other five charges each have maximum criminal penalties of five years in prison and/or a $10,000 fines. On or about April 1, a sheriff’s deputy was dispatched to Spring Valley regarding a possible theft. Victims alleged someone was stealing money orders (for rent) from an apartment complex drop-box and changing the receiver’s name. They were allegedly changed to Breiter. They were then allegedly cashed in Breiter’s name. The total amount taken from four different victims was $2,760. Dahl (Breiter’s alleged boyfriend) was contacted by a sheriff’s deputy. He allegedly said, “It’s on me.” Dahl allegedly stated that three of the money orders came from a third party (“B.B.”), and were used to buy some of Dahl’s personal items. Dahl allegedly cashed them in Breiter’s name at her bank because he doesn’t have a bank account. One of the stolen checks had the payee changed to “B.B.” Dahl alleged to not hearing from “B.B.” since getting the three checks. Breiter has not answered phone calls from sheriff’s deputies. No information on the alleged “B.B.” was detailed in the criminal complaint.