FARMINGTON -- One of the women police say was involved in the largest bogus check scams in Utah has been sentenced to three years probation. RaeLynn Courmeir, 57, of North Salt Lake, pleaded guilty to 10 counts of third-degree felony on Jan. 31 in 2nd District Court. Last week, she was sentenced to the probation and to pay $18,000 in restitution. According to Syracuse police, Courmeir and her daughters Alma Frazier, 33, of Magna, and Roselynn Ellis, 35, wrote phony checks and cashed them in stores from Preston, Idaho to Southern Utah.
Frazier was charged with 22 counts of third-degree felony forgery. She pleaded guilty to 10 counts on Feb. 9. She will be sentenced on March 23.
Police are still searching for Ellis, who they believe has left the state.