Homeless man gets jail, probation for check forgery
A local man who was classified as homeless has been sentenced in Becker County District Court on a felony check forgery charge.
Anthony Francis Santo, 28, was given a stay of sentence imposition on conditions including completion of up to five years of supervised probation, 136 days in jail (with credit for 136 days already served), community service in lieu of a $1,000 court fine, and payment of his share of $15,075 in restitution.
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