A Beatrice man was arrested for allegedly trying to cash a check that was stolen from a Pickrell man’s mail.
On Wednesday, Beatrice Police officers contacted a subject who had tried to cash a forged check at a bank in Beatrice. The check had been stolen out of a mailbox belonging to a resident of rural Pickrell.
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The Gage County Sheriff’s Office investigator investigating the case sat in on the interview of the suspect at the Beatrice Police Department, according to a press release.
After the suspect, 24-year-old Kessler Nogle of Beatrice, gave incriminating statements to investigators, he was arrested and given a criminal citation for theft of the mail and turned back over to the Beatrice Police Department who arrested him on charges associated with his arrest at the bank in Beatrice.
Nogle is listed on the sheriff’s office website as being in custody for second-degree forgery, possession of a forged instrument and possession of stolen property.