Duluth man gets prison for forging employer’s checks
A Duluth man will spend three years in prison for forging his employer’s checks.
Hogan was sentenced to three years imprisonment and three years extended supervision to run concurrent with a separate 2011 drug conviction. Probation was revoked on the drug case in December and Hogan was sentenced to the three-year prison term followed by three years of extended supervision.
According to the criminal complaint:
Hogan did odd jobs for a Superior man who paid him in cash. Hogan noticed the man’s checkbook in the garage and took a few at a time, writing them out to himself. Fourteen checks totaling $3,020 were written to Hogan.