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Woman in jail after trying to cash stolen check

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ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -

UPDATE: A Rochester woman is out on bond after police said she attempted to cash a large stolen check.

According to court records, Alie Staven, 22, posted $20,000 bond after she made her first appearance in court on Wednesday. Staven is facing two felony charges of Check Forgery.

An initial appearance is scheduled for June 27.

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PREVIOUS STORY: Rochester police say a woman was arrested after attempting to cash a large stolen check.

22-year-old Alie Staven is facing charges of felony forgery and possession of a stolen check worth 82-hundred dollars after she tried cashing it around 6 p.m. Tuesday at Wells Fargo Bank on East Center Street in Rochester. 

Police say that Staven successfully cashed a $4,000 check stolen from the same business last week. 

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