A Casper woman has pleaded no contest on a number of charges of stealing money.

Back in August, Amber Roberts was arrested after the loss prevention unit at Macy's was able to determine that she was voiding transactions and pocketing the money.

According to prosecutors, several days before that incident, she and a friend were driving around the Casper area, when Roberts managed to get a hold of her friend's checkbook, and took a few checks with her.

Amber then used the checks to make various purchases.

Her friend figured out what had happened, when her bank called and said some of the checks had bounced.

Roberts pleaded no contest to 1 charge of grand larceny, which could get her up to 5 1/2 years in prison.

She also pleaded no contest to 4 counts of forgery which carries a maximum 10 year sentence.

She is currently being held on $25,000 bond, and will be sentenced at a later date.