Leavenworth County man admits to using brother’s ID to steal over $100,000

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LEAVENWORTH, Kan. — A Leavenworth County man has pleaded no contest to charges that he used his brother’s identity to steal over $100,000.

Christopher Haugland, 38, made the plea Friday in Leavenworth District Court.

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Picture from the Leavenworth County Sheriff’s Office.

According to court documents, Haugland went to the Exchange Bank in Easton on April 23 and used his brother’s ID to withdraw a total of $101,000 from his brother’s account without his knowledge.

Haugland then used cashier’s checks to purchase a car from Aristocrat Motors in Johnson County.

Leavenworth County Attorney Todd Thompson called the crime an “unfortunate abuse of family.”

Haugland is scheduled to be sentenced Nov. 6.

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