Crystal Guseman Pleads Not Guilty To Burglary and Forgery
One of three people accused of being involved in a burglary and attempting to cash a forged check, has entered a plea in court.
Crystal Guseman has pleaded not guilty to two charges of burglary, one charge of conspiracy to commit burglary and one charge of forgery.
Investigators with the Casper Police Department say in October, they were contacted by the Check Cashing Center on Center Street, regarding a person trying to cash a suspicious check.
It was later determined that the check was obtained illegally.
The man whose name was on the check, told police he had bought a table from Guseman.
When the man was out of town, Guseman along with Anna Hartley burglarized his residence and his car, and acquired a blank check in the process.
The day before the burglary, Guseman, Hartley and a third conspirator were talking about how they could find money, because they were in danger of losing their residence.
That’s when Guseman told the others she had the check.
Guseman is being held on $10,000 bond awaiting trial and could face up to 10 years in prison on each of the 4 charges if convicted.